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Police are searching for a suspect who killed a customer at a restaurant in Bloomington, Minnesota.

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A man described as a “cold-blooded killer” opened fire at a Minnesota restaurant, fatally killing a frequent customer, police said.

The shooting happened around 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, at Cô Tu’ Oriental Cuisine in Bloomington, police said. in a news briefing.

Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges said the suspect was wearing a maroon hoodie and purple surgical gloves when he entered the restaurant. He was also dressed An “old man” mask for Halloweenaccording to multiple outlets, including WCCO.

He had a gun and was kicked out of the restaurant twice by a group of four or five customers, Hodges said. When he entered a third time, he started firing a gun.

A 49-year-old man described as a “frequent visitor” to the restaurant died after being shot multiple times in the middle of the section, the police chief said. He has not been publicly identified.

A 25-year-old restaurant server suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in the leg and buttocks, Hodges said.

The suspect fled after the shooting and remains at large as of Thursday, November 24.

The homicide was Bloomington’s first in 2022, according to the police chief. Bloomington is about 10 miles south of Minneapolis.

Police have not identified the gunman, who described Hodges as “nothing but a cold-blooded killer.” The motive for the shooting is unknown.

“Do us all a favor and just give up,” Hodges said. “You can’t shoot people in Bloomington and think you’re going to enjoy the benefits of a free society because our detectives are going to keep looking and eventually lock you up.”

Mike Stanson covers the news in real time for McClatchy. A 2011 graduate of Western Kentucky University, he previously worked at the Paducah Sun and Madisonville Messenger as a sports reporter and at the Lexington Herald-Leader as a breaking news reporter.
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Police say a restaurant patron has been killed in a shooting in Minnesota

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Police are searching for a suspect who killed a customer at a restaurant in Bloomington, Minnesota.

WCCO screenshot

A man described as a “cold-blooded killer” opened fire at a Minnesota restaurant, fatally killing a frequent customer, police said.

The shooting happened around 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, at Cô Tu’ Oriental Cuisine in Bloomington, police said. in a news briefing.

Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges said the suspect was wearing a maroon hoodie and purple surgical gloves when he entered the restaurant. He was also dressed An “old man” mask for Halloweenaccording to multiple outlets, including WCCO.

He had a gun and was kicked out of the restaurant twice by a group of four or five customers, Hodges said. When he entered a third time, he started firing a gun.

A 49-year-old man described as a “frequent visitor” to the restaurant died after being shot multiple times in the middle of the section, the police chief said. He has not been publicly identified.

A 25-year-old restaurant server suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in the leg and buttocks, Hodges said.

The suspect fled after the shooting and remains at large as of Thursday, November 24.

The homicide was Bloomington’s first in 2022, according to the police chief. Bloomington is about 10 miles south of Minneapolis.

Police have not identified the gunman, who described Hodges as “nothing but a cold-blooded killer.” The motive for the shooting is unknown.

“Do us all a favor and just give up,” Hodges said. “You can’t shoot people in Bloomington and think you’re going to enjoy the benefits of a free society because our detectives are going to keep looking and eventually lock you up.”

Mike Stanson covers the news in real time for McClatchy. A 2011 graduate of Western Kentucky University, he previously worked at the Paducah Sun and Madisonville Messenger as a sports reporter and at the Lexington Herald-Leader as a breaking news reporter.
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