Authorities are currently searching for a suspect who fired shots at a vehicle in a Jack in the Box drive-thru located in Huntington Beach. The incident occurred on Sunday evening, and unfortunately, one person was hit by the gunfire. The investigation is ongoing as officials work to identify and locate the perpetrator responsible for this senseless act of violence.
According to a spokesperson from the Huntington Beach Police Department, reports of a shooting at a restaurant in the 16000 block of Beach Boulevard were received shortly before 11 p.m., and officers were dispatched to the location.
Upon investigation, law enforcement officials discovered that one individual had sustained a gunshot wound. Fortunately, the injury was determined to be non-life-threatening, and the victim was transported to a nearby medical facility for treatment.
The video footage displayed a bright red car, with markers indicating possible evidence, that had come to a stop at the drive-thru ordering area.
According to eyewitnesses, sounds of gunshots and screaming could be heard prior to the arrival of the police.
The police are still searching for the gunman, who is yet to be found. At this time, authorities have not released any details or descriptions of the suspect.
The reason behind the shooting is currently under investigation.
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