An unidentified man was caught on a cellphone video (below) pulling a gun on employees at a McDonald's drive-thru in Murray, Utah, on Jan. 31.
"It makes you think, if he was going to shoot one person, how do we know he wasn't going to jump through and do the rest?” Michela Spikes, a McDonald's employee, told Fox 13 Salt Lake City.
“I've got a 15-month-old son I got to think about," she added.
According to Spikes, three men in a Subaru Outback argued with another employee, Angel.
Moments later, the men parked their car. One of them got out and approached the fast food restaurant with a gun. Fortunately, one of the gunman's friends stopped him from going further.
The cellphone video was shot by a customer in another car.
Police detective Kenny Bass said on Feb. 2 that authorities had tracked down the license plate of the Subaru Outback, and are trying to find the owner, notes Deseret News.
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