1 suspect detained, 1 remains at large after shots fired at H-E-B Vintage Park in NW Harris Co.

HOUSTON – One suspect has reportedly been detained and another remains at-large after shots were fired at an H-E-B store in northwest Harris County.

According to Harris County Constable Precinct 4, the incident took place at the store in the 10900 block of Louetta Road and Vintage Park Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.

Deputies say they were called to the location in reference to a weapons disturbance. The caller advised that there was a male possibly shooting at the location.

As the investigation continued, officials said the situation began as an incident between two people inside the store. The men got into an argument and the suspected shooter fired two rounds at the second man. They both fled the scene and officials say the suspected shooter drove to the substation and turned himself in.

The second man involved is still being sought by authorities but deputies say he is not being called a suspect. The sheriff’s office would like to speak with him about the incident.

Officials say the men did not know each other and no one was injured.

The shooter who has been detained is not yet facing charges and is reportedly cooperating with authorities.

Officials say the charges will be referred to the district attorney’s office.

Just after 6 p.m. on Tuesday evening, the store reopened.

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