Video: Police seek 2 after fight at restaurant drive-thru

Security cameras at Memo’s in Everett caught one of the suspects aiming a gun at the other.

EVERETT — Police are searching for two suspects after a fight in a drive-thru led to a shooting last week in an Everett neighborhood.

A man in a white Nissan Altima had been trying to back out at Memo’s Mexican Restaurant in the 6900 block of Evergreen Way, but he was blocked by the driver of a dark Audi car around 12:50 a.m. April 11, officer Aaron Snell said.

Once the Altima driver finally pulled out, he and the other driver argued. Two men got out of the Audi and attacked the man, police said. The Altima driver fought back. Security footage released Tuesday showed the Audi driver grabbed a gun. He aimed at the other man, who drove off.

According to police, someone in the Audi opened fire in the 7200 block of Beverly Lane. Shots struck the Nissan and other cars.

The Audi driver was described as white, in his 20s, about 6 feet tall with short blond hair, a white hoodie, jeans and white shoes. The passenger had light-black skin, curly black hair, a dark jacket over a white shirt and a dark hat. He looked to be in his 20s and about 6-foot-3. Tips can be directed to Everett police at 425-257-8450.

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