2 killed at a Dallas-area fast food restaurant in shooting police say was targeted

Police said they were still trying to determine exactly what led to the shooting.
Representational image.
Representational image.

IRVING: Two people were killed in a fast food restaurant in suburban Dallas on Wednesday afternoon in a shooting that police say was targeted.

Irving police said that they had identified a suspect, who has not yet been arrested. Police said there wasn't a threat to the public.

Television footage showed that screens had been placed in front of some of the windows at a Chick-fil-A restaurant, and several police cars were in the parking lot, which was blocked off. Police would not confirm that the shooting happened at the Chick-fil-A.

Police said they were still trying to determine exactly what led to the shooting. Police said they were interviewing people who saw or heard what happened.

Police did not release details on the victims.

A phone and email message to Chick-fil-A's headquarters was not immediately returned Wednesday.

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