by: Terra Sullivan Updated:
AUBURN, Wash. - Auburn police are looking for a man who fired one shot at a Jack in the Box drive-through window early Friday morning.
The incident happened around 3 a.m. at the 315 15th Street Northeast and D Street location.
Police said the suspect was upset after he tried to place his order and was told by an employee that they couldn't hear him over the loud music coming from his car.
In the video, the customer then fired a shot that hit a far wall but no one at the restaurant was injured.
The man then drove off at a high rate of speed.
Police gathered surveillance video from the scene, and they have suspect information in the case.
KIRO 7 Eyewitness News reporter Chris Legeros spoke with restaurant’s manager, Mario Rivera, about the incident.
“The employee turned around, he shot the window and the shot went through. That was it,” said Rivera. “The radio was too loud and the employee couldn’t hear what they were saying. So she asked them to turn the radio down so they could hear the order.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Auburn police.
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