Sebring, Florida -- Two U.S. Marshals Task Force deputies were shot while executing six warrants at a known drug house on Wednesday morning in Sebring.
The Highlands County Sheriff's Office says the deputies have non-life threatening injuries. West Palm station WFLX TV reports one was shot in the hand, while the other was shot in the shoulder. One deputy Marshal has been released, and the second is expected to undergo surgery later in the day.
The shooting happened in a neighborhood on Cleveland Road around 6 a.m. Officials tell 10 News that they do have five suspects in custody, but a sixth suspect remains at large.
Investigators say the home wasn't just any drug house, but a large operation and distribution center for crack cocaine in central Florida.
Sky 10 video showed a heavy law enforcement presence in the neighborhood, with crime scene tape completely surrounding a home.
The injured deputies are from the agency's West Palm Beach, Florida office.