Waffle House Offering $2500 for Shooting Suspect Arrest

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Waffle House is now offering a $2,500 reward for the arrest and conviction of the suspect involved in a shooting at the Shackleford location last month.

Officers responded to the Waffle House located at 201 North Shackleford Road on a Shooting call On March 31st.
Upon arrival, they made contact with two Victims, Lanore Gibson and Devante Jones. 

Ms. Gibson is an employee of Waffle House and Mr. Jones was a customer at the time of the shooting. 
Both Victims stated that an unknown black male Suspect had entered the business wearing a black ski mask and started shooting. 

Both Victims received multiple gunshot wounds. 

Detectives located and interviewed multiple witnesses on scene.  A
According to multiple witness statements, Mr. Jones was involved in a disturbance with the unknown black male Suspect. 
The Suspect then left the business to his vehicle parked outside. 
When he returned inside, he was wearing a black ski mask and displayed an unknown handgun. 
The Suspect fired several rounds at Mr. Jones, who was standing at the counter, then left in a white Dodge Avenger with paper tags, possibly a 2010 year model, according to reports. 

Witnesses described the Suspect as being a 5’6” tall, light skinned black male, wearing all white with a black ski mask over his head/face. 

He was possibly driving a 2010 model Dodge Avenger with paper tags.

In addition to a possible reward offered by crime stoppers Waffle House is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for the arrest and conviction of the suspect involved in the shooting. 

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