Café Employee Injured in Sterling Shooting
A man got hurt when someone shot him while he was working at a café in Sterling, Virginia, on Monday night. The shooting happened around 6:20 p.m. at the Dulles 28 Centre on Dulles Retail Plaza.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office found the injured man in the parking lot behind the Milk and Honey Café. The man was seriously hurt, so he was taken to the hospital by authorities.
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A man is hurt after being shot while working at a café in Sterling, Virginia, Monday night, deputies say:
DEVELOPING: A man is hurt after being shot while working at a café in Sterling, Virginia, Monday night, deputies say. https://t.co/s8vpBjyD0f
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Sheriff’s deputies looked through the café and a nearby restaurant to find the person who did the shooting. They have an idea of who they’re looking for but haven’t caught them yet.
The suspected gunman is described as a Black man wearing dark camouflage clothes, a scarf, and a black beanie. The police think this wasn’t a random shooting. They believe the shooter and the man who got hurt knew each other.