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Salt Lake City police look for garage gunman
Salt Lake City police were looking for a man who apparently tried to settle a beef with an automobile repair shop with gunfire.
Police say the suspect, described only as a Latino adult male, got into an argument with an employee at Chavez Bros Auto Repair, 1407 W. Indiana Ave., just before 3 p.m. Thursday.
An employee of the shop, who asked not to be identified, said the suspect was upset over a repair to his gray, 2002 GMC extended cab pickup truck. As the disagreement escalated, his pulled out a 9mm handgun and cocked it, pointing it at the employee.