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Shots Fired at Hollywood In-N-Out

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Shots were fired at an In-N-Out in Hollywood early this morning, penetrating the front door of the restaurant, according to City News Service.

The shooting happened at 1:45 a.m., just 15 minutes after closing time. The suspects fled the restaurant at 7009 Sunset Blvd., leaving only bullet casings behind.

The anti-gang unit of the LAPD is on the case. Police believe that the shooting happened after two groups clashed in the restaurant's parking lot.