Manhunt on for suspect in Nov. 26 Burger King gunfire - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Manhunt on for suspect in Nov. 26 Burger King gunfire

IOWA, LA (KPLC) -

Iowa police have identified a suspect in  Nov. 26 shooting at the Iowa Burger King.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Steven Ray Pete Jr., who is charged with attempted second degree murder, officials say. Pete is suspected of being in the Houston, Texas, area.

Anyone with information regarding is urged to contact the Iowa Police Department at 582-3636 or another appropriate law enforcement agency.

No name has been released on the victims or details of the shooting, but police say they have been treated and released.

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