Florida police are looking for a man who purportedly pulled out a firearm and undermined another client during a contention at the store counter of a Publix grocery store on Saturday, officials stated.
Officers reacted to the store around 6:30 p.m. after the man threatened the other client, the Orlando Police Department stated.
No shots were dismissed, and nobody was harmed, police said. The conditions paving the way to the argument were not quickly clear.
BREAKING: @OrlandoPolice needs your help to ID this male. Just over 1 hour ago, an argument between him & another patron ensued at the deli counter of Publix, 4606 S. Kirkman Rd, when he drew a firearm threatening the victim. No shots fired. Any info please contact @CrimelineFL pic.twitter.com/IhGQmVYhiV
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) May 9, 2020
However, when clients knew of an armed person inside the store, authorities stated that customers and workers came up short on the grocery store. The presume additionally left the scene.
Orlando police discharged a reconnaissance picture of the man wearing a light-colored cap, medical gloves, and a clinical face mask.
Anybody with data on the speculate’s personality is approached to contact the office.