– More than 33,000 North Carolina power customers remained in the dark and under curfew Monday two days after two electric substations were shot up in what officials said was a “targeted attack.”
Schools in Moore County were also closed Monday as residents in the rural area 90 miles east of Charlotte woke up to temperatures below freezing.
A decision would be made Monday night on whether they could reopen, as outages were expected to stretch through Thursday, power officials said.
Law enforcement agencies had not identified a suspect or motive for the shootings at the substations, which are owned by Duke Energy Corp. Moore County #NorthCarolina #Breaking #News
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