SHOCKING – Targeted Shooting At Chick-Fil-A Leaves Two Dead


In Irving, Texas, police are actively searching for a homicide suspect after two individuals were reported killed this afternoon at Chick-fil-A restaurant.

The Irving police department have now identified Bernardo Mendoza Argueta, 37, as the man suspected of a shooting in the 5300 block of North MacArthur Blvd, news outlets report.

Police informed Fox News Digital of the shooting saying that the Police Department was dispatched around 3:50 p.m. this past Wednesday.

“When officers arrived on the scene, they found two individuals with gunshot wounds,” the spokesperson said. “Both individuals were pronounced deceased at the scene by Irving Fire medics.”

“The suspect fled before the officers’ arrival,” the official added.

At this stage in the investigation, police believe the shooting was targeted.

“We do believe this was a targeted incident and that this was not a random act of violence,” the official added.

However, the spokesperson declined to confirm whether the shooting occurred at the Chick-fil-A location “out of respect for the business.”

Residents are being asked to lookout for a silver 1997 Honda vehicle with a Texas license plate reading GVH6205. Police caution that the suspect may still be armed and urge anyone who spots him to call 911 right away.

The Irving Police Department says the public should avoid the area where the shooting occurred as they continue to investigate.