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Valley Police say Waffle House employee may be alleged target in drive-by shooting

VALLEY, Ala (WRBL) -  

UPDATE: 8:33 A.M.

Valley Police say that one of the employees on duty may be the probable target due to his alleged involvement in a shooting in Lafayette, Alabama, on April 14.

Police say they met with four employees who were present during the shooting. These employees confirmed that someone fired seven to ten shots from a dark-colored vehicle as it drove by.

Police say the vehicle was last seen heading north on I-85. Police say there were no customers in the restaurant at the time of the shooting and there were no reported injuries to any of the staff members. 

Police say three of the business plate glass windows were shot out, and the scene has been turned over to investigations. 

Officials say if you have any information concerning the identity of the suspects, in this case, to please call the Valley Police Department at 334-756-5200 or the Valley Area Crime Stoppers at 334-756-8200.

UPDATE: 7:08 a.m

Valley Police officers were searching for a gray Dodge Charger in last night’s drive-by shooting at the Valley Waffle House. However, police say the Dodge Charger has been ruled out as a suspect vehicle.

ORIGINAL STORY: 

VALLEY, Ala (WRBL) --The shooting happened around midnight at the Waffle House on Highway 29 at the interstate.

At least 7 shots were fired. There are no reported injuries. Stay with WRBL News 3 for the latest information.


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