The suspect pulled out a gun and fired a shot through the drive-through window of a McDonald’s restaurant
VANCOUVER – Vancouver Police Department personnel are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in an early-morning shooting.
On Thursday (Sept. 29) at about 2:21 a.m., a white-colored sedan (possibly a BMW) with a black roof pulled up to the McDonald’s drive-through window at 2814 NE Andresen Rd.
The driver attempted to order food through the window, however the McDonald’s was closed at the time. The suspect was advised by staff that the business was closed. He then pulled out a gun and fired a shot through the drive-through window. No one was injured.
Surveillance cameras captured images of the suspect.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to contact the Vancouver Police Department Major Crimes Unit at (360) 487-7440.
Information provided by Vancouver Police Department.
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