Rhode Island Restaurant Shut Down After Shooting

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Windfall, r.I., officers have temporarily shut down a eating place where a purchaser opened fire.

The metropolis board of licenses says they held an emergency assembly sunday and accepted a request from town police to shut down l. A. Sonrisa cafeteria for 72 hours, citing concern for public safety.
Police say officers were patrolling near the restaurant early sunday morning after they heard a unmarried gunshot.

Officers pursued a suspect at the scene, but they had been not able to apprehend the person.

The restaurant proprietor informed police an issue had ensued earlier, and safety escorted a collection outside. The proprietor says one character returned and opened hearth, putting the frame of a door.

No accidents were stated.

The board is scheduled to talk about the restaurant at a meeting wednesday.

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