Philadelphia police are searching for the man who opened fire outside of a bar because he was not allowed inside.
NBC Philadelphia reports that the incident occurred at 3:45 a.m. Monday morning in front of Candela's Bar and Restaurant in the Lawndale section of Philadelphia. According to NBC Philadelphia, the bar's manager said the man was upset because he was not allowed inside, even though the bar was about to close for the night.
This resulted in an argument that culminated in the man hurling a milk crate through a glass window. The man left, but security cameras show him returning moments later with a handgun and shooting through the glass doors.
A security guard who was shot in the face survived, and a woman inside of the bar was hit with flying glass. Both were taken to Einstein Hospital for treatment, where they're said to be in stable condition. Surveillance footage was released last night, and police are hoping someone will recognize the shooter.
Those with information about his identity and whereabouts are asked to reach out to Northeast Detectives. You can also forward tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.
[via NBC Philadelphia]