A customer who was angry at how long the Burger King order took decided to open the restaurant, and everything was captured by the camera.
Eddie House, a Burger King customer, said: “Crime is getting worse everywhere now.”
House was disappointed that a woman was accused of shooting his local Burger King, but he was not surprised.
He said: “Improve security, more police in the area may help.”
Memphis police are now looking for the woman.
The police said it all started when she was angry at how long she had waited while driving.
Officials said she got out of the car, walked to the window through which she drove, started quarreling with an employee, and then shot.
“I hate that they are impatient,”
Surveillance video showed that employees were hiding from cover and caught a glimpse of the shooter’s car.
WHBQ reported that no one was injured.
Wilson added: “It was a mess, and I’m glad everyone is okay.”
The Memphis police sought help from the public when searching for the suspect. Anyone who recognizes the shooter or the car is required to call CrimeStoppers with 901-528 in cash.
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