• A Tennessee woman allegedly opened fire inside a Burger King drive-thru Tuesday after getting angry over the long wait time
  • No employees were harmed in the incident, Memphis police say
  • Police asked for the public's help in finding the suspect

Local authorities are now on the lookout for an unidentified Tennessee woman after she opened fire inside a Burger King drive-thru window Tuesday because she was allegedly dissatisfied with the establishment's long wait time.

A customer angry about how long her order was taking at the fast-food joint was caught on camera arguing with employees before revealing her weapon and discharging it into the drive-thru window, Memphis Police Department said in a statement.

"The female got out of the front passenger seat of a mid-sized, four-door, gray sedan and approached the drive-thru window," police stated.

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"A verbal altercation ensued between the female patron and the workers. Video surveillance shows the suspect retrieve a black handgun from the vehicle, extend her upper body through the drive-thru window, and fire several shots at the Burger King workers," police continued.

The employees took cover from the hail of bullets by exiting through the back door of the restaurant. Authorities said none of them were harmed in the incident.

According to police, the woman was also accompanied by an unidentified male who was the driver of the gray sedan.

The vehicle of the unidentified woman and her male companion. Memphis Police Department

An investigation of the incident is ongoing, and no arrests have been made.

Authorities are urging those with information about the incident and the suspects to come forward, offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 should an arrest be made in connection to the information they provided.

Burger King, in response, released a statement condemning the incident.

"We do not tolerate or condone violence of any kind at our restaurants because the safety of our team members and guests is our top priority," WHBQ-TV quoted the company as saying.

"Fortunately, no one in the restaurant was injured during this incident," the statement continued. "The restaurant operator is fully cooperating with authorities on their ongoing investigation."

Representation. A woman disatisfied with her order's long wait time open fired into a Burger King drive thru window. Pixabay