Kennewick Police are searching for a middle-aged suspect who likely scared the you-know-what out of some store workers.

MAN ENTERS UNNAMED BUSINESS, ASKS TO SEE A WEAPON

This man, say Kennewick Police, entered the business on Wed. February 7th,,  and asked the worker(s) at the gun counter to see a certain weapon--a handgun.

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The name of the store was not given by Police.

He behaved as anyone would who is looking at perhaps buying one. But what happened next was bizarre.

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 THE MAN LOADED THE GUN AND POINTED IT AT WORKERS

The man loaded the pistol, then pointed it in the direction of several employees. and pulled the trigger a few times. However, the weapon did not fire, luckily.

We're wondering why the man was allowed to load it in the first place? When you're looking to buy a firearm, and they let you examine it, I've never seen them supply you with BULLETS to load it with.

 

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The man then quickly set the gun on the counter and swiftly walked out of the store.

He's described as a bit of a taller, grey-haired male, likely in 50's or older, wearing a mixed denim sweatshirt and jeans.

Anyone with any information is urged to call (509)-628-0333. All leads can be confidential. No mention of any charges...yet.

 

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