Slo Shooting: 2 hurt, manhunt for male who shot 7-11 employee and another at Panda Express in San Luis Obispo

Grover Beach Police Department on scene of investigations after male shoots two, flees in a black Ford Mustang with California license plate 6EZE426

The individual who is believed to be involved in the shooting of a staff  at a convenience store in Grover Beach during the afternoon of Thursday is reported to have subsequently shot another individual in San Luis Obispo before absconding from the scene. According to the Grover Beach Police Department, the individual in question is reported to be of Caucasian descent, with a light brown beard.

The suspect fled the scene in a black Ford Mustang featuring white stripes and with California license plate number 6EZE426. According to law enforcement officials, the individual in question was in possession of a firearm and should be considered dangerous. The suspect discharged a firearm, resulting in injury to the employee of the 7-11 establishment situated in close proximity to the intersection of Fourth Street and Grand Avenue, at approximately 1 p.m. On Thursday, Commander Jim Munro of the Grover Beach police department made a statement to the press.

The victim was transported to a medical facility for medical care, The condition is described as serious but not life-threatening as stated by Munro. According to law enforcement authorities, the individual believed to be responsible for the shooting incident departed from the premises of the 7-11 establishment before the arrival of police officers.

According to emergency scanner traffic, a gunshot incident occurred at approximately 3:30 p.m. at the Panda Express fast food business located on Froom Ranch Way in San Luis Obispo. Based on the information obtained through scanner data, it is probable that the individual responsible for the shooting incident at Panda Express is the same perpetrator involved in the earlier shooting incident at 7-11.

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