MCSO searching for two men accused of breaking into Phoenix fire engine, opening gunfire

New details have come out about a shooting at a Phoenix fire station. MCSO is looking for two people, one of whom shot at Phoenix firefighters.

The incident happened Thursday night outside Fire Station 58 near 51st Ave. and Dobbins Road. Phoenix police say firefighters saw someone trying to break into their truck. When they tried to detain the suspect, another person opened fire. No one was hit, but a bullet narrowly missed a fire captain's head. FOX 10 has also learned one of the suspects left one of his sandals behind, as he ran off. 

"I believe our folks got on the radio immediately and let the dispatch know that our folks were literally under fire," said Phoenix Fire Captain Rob McDade. "Once you come through that gate, you're coming home from that call. You can kinda let your guard down. This was eye-opening for us."

Both suspects ran off and have not yet been found. A description of either suspect are not available at this time. Meanwhile, people who live behind the fire station say they have been burglarized as well.

Anyone with information should call the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.