South Jersey Food Truck Crowd Attacked By Drive-By Pellet Gun

PENNSVILLE, NJ – Police are investigating after they say at least one pellet came close to a group of customers waiting in line at a food truck in Salem County.

Authorities are now searching for the shooter.

Police say it wasn’t just any pellet gun, it was a high-powered armor-piercing pellet gun that could’ve easily killed someone and is considered a firearm in New Jersey.

Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, police say someone was driving on Route 49 near the Sunoco where “Zoegies” food truck is parked.

At least one shot was fired, striking the food truck.

Authorities say the shot barely missed several people standing outside.

No one was hurt, but the owner tells CBS 3 that his family could’ve been.

Find the entire article with video at cbslocal.com [here]

2017-02-16T08:58:09+00:00 By |Off the Wire|

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