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Police Arrest Chinese Takeout Shooting Suspect

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Still From Video taken during shooting at Philadelphia Chinese Food Store Still From Video taken during shooting at Philadelphia Chinese Food Store
PHILADELPHIA -

Philadelphia police arrested 23 year old Brandon Cavanaugh for allegedly shooting at several people inside a Chinese takeout restaurant in West Oak Lane back in March.

He's charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault.

Philadelphia Police believe Cavanaugh is the man who opened fire into a Chinese food store late evening on the 19th of March.  In the end, three men were shot and the suspect fled into the night.

The unbelievable surveillance video, shows men fighting desperately to keep a gunman from getting inside.

At approximately 10:34 p.m., a man wearing gray sweats walked up to the door of a Chinese Food store located at 6600 North 18th Street.  He is armed with a handgun.

The suspect, believed to be Cavanaugh, opened the door and fires shots at the men in the store. The victims struggle to close the door on the suspect.

Several more shots were fired into the store and through the glass door.  The suspect runs out of ammunition and flees the scene.

The victims scramble to exit the store.

The three men who were shot were all between the ages of 19 and 22 years-old. Their injuries were non-life threatening. 

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