Police continue search for Church's Chicken shooting suspect, release photo

PHILADELPHIA, PA (WTXF) – Philadelphia Police have released a photo of the suspect who fired shots inside a fast food restaurant in North Philly. On March 8, 2016, detectives identified the suspect in this incident as Ronald (AKA Roland) Graham and released a photo Wednesday morning.

The shooting occurred at 5:24p.m. Sunday inside Church Chicken located on 3600 N Broad Street. 

An employee at North Philly restaurant shot 7 x by a disgruntled customer. The gunman on the loose.@FOX29philly pic.twitter.com/XwQPSohJ0X

— JoAnn Pileggi (@joannpileggi) March 6, 2016

A 19 year old male employee was shot multiple times inside the restaurant. He was taken to Temple Hospital where is listed in stable condition.

“We believe the offender was inside eating and he was involved in an altercation with an employee, a second employee who happened to be his brother of the first confronted the gunman to squash the situation and then he was shot several times.” Captain Nicholas Brown said.

Police say the suspect had been in the fast food restaurant for 25 minutes and got angry because the employee started cleaning tables near him.

Others inside reportedly ran out, as did the gunman, leaving behind the two siblings, one bleeding profusely, the other screaming for help.

Anyone with information on Graham’s whereabouts, please contact Northwest Detective Division at 215-686-3353/3354 

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