Redwood City police seek four suspects in Burger King shooting

Redwood City police are hunting four men in connection with a shooting Sunday at a Burger King parking lot.

The gunfire rang out while the fast foot eatery at 2201 Middlefield Road was open for business around 7 p.m.

One of the victims, a 32-year-old man, stumbled into the Burger King lobby seeking help after he was shot multiple times, according to the Redwood City Police Department.

After cops arrived, the second victim, a 29-year-old man, approached police with multiple gunshot wounds.

Both victims had been together in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, police said.

The victims were transported to a local hospital and were expected to survive.

The suspects fled to a nearby vehicle, described as a white Buick with tinted windows. They remain at large.

Anyone with information about the shooting is encouraged to contact Redwood City police Sgt. Sean Hart at (650) 780-7100.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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