Chipotle customer shoots employee over guacamole – One America News Network

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Abril Alfie of OAN
9:18 am – Sunday, April 7, 2024

An angry customer shot a Michigan Chipotle employee after a dispute over guacamole.

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In the video shared on social media, the 32-year-old suspect can be seen pulling out his weapon and pointing it at the 21-year-old employee who tried to stop him from leaving the store.

Spoke to witness Thomas Huber fox 2 detroit On the matter, he said that the suspect ran outside after the incident.

“I was just eating a bowl, and I heard screaming. And then I looked over there; they are arguing. A laborer went back; I don’t know why, and then when he was in the back, the customer went around the counter, tried to grab his food, and put it in a bag,” Huber said. “Then the employee came back, and they started fighting, and then we heard the gunshot and we ran outside as quickly as we could.”

Another witness said the suspect ran away but took his time in doing so.

“He took his time getting out… probably 30 seconds after (the shooting),” Michael Beals said. “I was in my car, and I saw him come to his car, close the door, and just drive away – he didn’t speed up or anything; It was strange to see.”

The suspect was later located at a nearby restaurant and police are now investigating the incident.

Chipotle later released a statement regarding the incident, offering prayers for the victim, who was reportedly shot in the leg.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to our team member who was injured by the senseless act of violence that occurred inside our Evergreen Road restaurant in Southfield, MI. “We are working closely with the authorities handling this investigation and hope that the person responsible for this crime will be brought to justice,” Chipotle said in a statement.

Police have not released a full motive for the shooting, saying only that it stemmed from a dispute over guacamole.

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