Cops: Truck found, no arrests yet in North Fulton Chick-fil-A shootout

One of the two vehicles involved in a shootout last week at an Alpharetta Chick-fil-A has been recovered by police.

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One of the two vehicles involved in a shootout last week at an Alpharetta Chick-fil-A has been recovered by police.

The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety has located one of the two vehicles involved in a shootout at a Chick-fil-A last week.

Police found the 2016 blue Dodge Ram pickup truck, but are still searching for a dark green Chevrolet Trail Blazer.

Police would not say where they found the truck, but did confirm that it had bullet holes in it from gunshots.


Alpharetta police said last week that the shooting was an “isolated” incident. No one was hurt.

The shootout happened Thursday, March 22 at a Chick-fil-A on Old Milton Parkway. The parties involved fled the scene before police arrived.

As of Monday, no arrests have been made, police said.


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Anyone with information about the shooting or the people and vehicles involved is asked to call police at 678-297-6307. Information and tips can also be sent through the ADPS Facebook page.


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