Police are still searching for the shooter who shot two men commenting on his girlfriend’s looks when they were in a Chevron gas station in north Houston, Texas, on Wednesday morning, Aug. 14.
The shooting was reported at about 11 a.m., KPRC reported.
According to police, a man and a woman were walking into the convenience store when two other men said something about the woman’s appearance.
Surveillance video at a Houston gas station shows that the man believed to be the woman’s boyfriend dressed in a black T-shirt and shorts, grew angry and began arguing with them.
He ducked into his Dodge Charger, grabbed a gun and opened fire on the other men in the legs after they whistled at his girlfriend.
At least six shots were fired, according to police. The two men were taken to a nearby hospital and are expected to survive.
The gunman and his girlfriend fled the scene in a black Dodge Charger, police said.
As of Friday afternoon, they have not been identified and no arrests have been made, according to Daily Mail.