Police: ‘Dissatisfied’ Customers Shoot at Taco Truck

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STOCKTON--

Stockton Police say two men opened fire on a taco truck Sunday evening.

Police responded to Fremont and Filbert streets around 9 p.m. after getting a report of a shooting. Investigators say no one was hit, but employees of the taco truck said one of the two men armed himself with a shotgun and fired at the truck.

According to police, the two men were "dissatisfied" customers. The only damage done was to the truck.

Three employees were in the truck at the time. One of the workers, who wished to remain anonymous, said customers and his coworkers ran when the suspect pulled out the gun. He had no choice but to take cover on the floor.

"I’m thinking of only my family. I tell God, 'Take care of my kids and my wife and, you know, if something happens but that’s it,'" he said.

Customers can't seem to wrap their heads around the shooting.

"You don’t like your order, ask them to fix your order," customer Jose Correa said. "No need to pull out a gun, I mean that’s just dumb."

Only a vague description of the suspects was provided.