Spokane

Man aims shotgun at group of teenage boys outside General Store

SPOKANE, Wash. - A dramatic scene unfolded in the parking lot of the General Store Sunday when a man aimed his shotgun at a group of teenage boys.
 
Employees had just finished closing the store around 7 p.m. when they noticed a group of four teens enter the lot. The employees felt the teens were suspicious, so they stuck around to watch them. 
 
Minutes later, out of nowhere, a gold Saturn whipped into the lot. Two men got out of the vehicle and the driver began yelling at the four boys. He then pulled out a shotgun and aimed it toward the group.
 
Store employees hid behind their cars and watched the scene, which was also captured on store security cameras. No shots were fired. One worker managed to relay the car's license plate number to authorities.
 
Police were unable to locate the vehicle. So far, no victims have come forward. Police are asking victims in the case and any witnesses to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.


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