The police are looking for a Georgian duo who registered firing guns from the window of their video car

This man was seen in the Snapchat video pointing the gun to the driver

The police are looking for a Georgia duo that was shot firing a gun from the window of their car in a terrifying Snapchat clip

  • The shocking clip was uploaded to Snapchat and shows two men with a gun
  • In the video, men are seen firing a gun out of the windows of their car
  • Clayton County police are looking for men, but no arrests have been made

Dailymail.com Reporter

Georgia police are hunting for two men who registered firing a gun from the window of their car in a scary video shared on Snapchat.

The men were driving down a dark road in Clayton County on Saturday night around 10 p.m.

In the video, the two men are seen laughing while the music plays in the background.

This man was seen in the Snapchat video pointing the gun to the driver

Then he pulls his arm out the window and shoots several times

Then he pulls his arm out the window and shoots several times

Georgia police are looking for two men who registered firing a gun from the window of their car. This man was seen in the Snapchat video pointing the gun at the driver before taking his arm out the window and shooting several times

One of the men is seen holding a gun aimed at the driver.

Then he pulls his arm out the window and fires several times.

In a matter of seconds, the man hands the gun to the driver, who then shoots bullets through the window of the car.

The video also included a Clayton County filter and a chicken emoji.

Clayton County police said it was not clear exactly where the men were driving, but confirmed that an investigation was opened.

The video was posted on a Snapchat account with the identifier @ Jona.xxxx (Jonathan), according to a Facebook post on the Georgia Law Enforcement page.

The Clayton County police reportedly told WSB-TV that they know who the men are in the video, but no one has been arrested.

The police are not making their names known.

The unidentified man handed the gun to the driver

The unidentified man handed the gun to the driver

The driver then takes his turn to shoot the gun

The driver then takes his turn to shoot the gun

In a matter of seconds, the man hands the gun to the driver (right), who then makes his turn firing bullets out of the window of the car. Clayton County police said it was not clear exactly where the men were driving, but confirmed that an investigation was opened.

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