Burger King customer shoots through drive-thru window ‘after being annoyed by her wait’

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Burger King customer shoots through drive-thru window ‘after being annoyed by her long wait’ before firing ‘several shots’ at fleeing employees

  • Security footage captured at the Memphis, Tennessee fast food restaurant shows the woman leaning in through the window with her gun drawn.
  • Police posted on Facebook about the incident on Friday; They said the shooting took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road last Tuesday
  • Burger King personnel escaped the gunfire through the back door and were not injured
  • No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing

A Burger King customer opened fire on staff through the drive-thru window after police said she was getting annoyed about the long wait.

Still images from security footage shot at the Memphis, Tennessee fast food restaurant show the woman leaning in through the window with a gun drawn.

Police posted on Facebook about the incident on Friday. They said the shooting took place at the Burger King last Tuesday Winchester Road.

The workers allegedly fled the gunfire through the back door of the company and were not injured. The police are now hunting the suspect.

Security footage captured at the Memphis, Tennessee fast food restaurant shows the woman leaning in through the window with her gun drawn.

Security footage captured at the Memphis, Tennessee fast food restaurant shows the woman leaning in through the window with her gun drawn.

Police said the suspect got out of the passenger seat of this four-door, gray sedan

Police said the suspect got out of the passenger seat of this four-door, gray sedan

Police said the suspect got out of the passenger seat of this four-door, gray sedan

In a statement, agents said: ‘Upon arrival at the scene, agents were told that a female customer became angry about the waiting time to be served at the drive-thru window.

The woman got out of the front passenger seat of a mid-sized four-door gray sedan and walked to the drive-through window.

A verbal disagreement arose between the female patron and the workers.

Video surveillance shows the suspect pulling a black gun from the vehicle, putting her upper body through the drive-thru window and firing several shots at Burger King employees.

The workers fled the gunfire through the back door of the company and were unharmed. The suspect was accompanied by a man who was the driver of the gray sedan. ‘

No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

Police posted on Facebook about the incident on Friday.  They said the incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday

Police posted on Facebook about the incident on Friday.  They said the incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday

The workers allegedly fled the gunfire through the back door of the company and were not injured.  The police are now hunting the suspect

The workers allegedly fled the gunfire through the back door of the company and were not injured.  The police are now hunting the suspect

Police posted on Facebook about the incident on Friday. They said the incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday. The workers allegedly fled the gunfire through the back door of the company and were not injured. The police are now hunting the suspect

Burger King told Fox13 in a statement, “ We do not tolerate or condone any form of violence in our restaurants because the safety of our team members and guests is our top priority.

Fortunately, no one in the restaurant was injured in this incident. The restaurant operator is fully cooperating with the authorities in their ongoing investigation. ‘

The police ask for anyone with information call Crime Stoppers at 528-CASH. They say the called will be given a secret ID number with their anonymous identification.

You can also submit your tip at http://www.crimestopmem.org for a cash reward of up to $ 1000.

The incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday, pictured

The incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday, pictured

The incident took place at the Burger King on Winchester Road on Tuesday, pictured

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