Search underway for gunman after 2 killed inside Irving Chick-fil-A restaurant

A gunman killed two people inside a Chick-fil-A in Irving Wednesday afternoon.

Police have named the suspect they're looking for, but they're withholding a lot of other details about what happened and why.

Investigators say there is no ongoing threat to the public following what they call a "targeted" shooting.

The shooting happened around 3:20 p.m. inside the fast-food restaurant on N MacArthur Boulevard in the Las Colinas area of Irving.

Police have identified the suspected shooter as Bernardo Mendoza Argueta. They released his passport photo and a photo of his car. He was last seen driving a silver 1997 Honda 4-door with Texas License Plate #GVH6205.

The entire business is blocked off with crime scene and police officers.

Irving police say several people were inside of the restaurant when the shooting happened.

Police would not say if the victims worked at the restaurant or were customers. They are still working on contacting family members. They also wouldn’t say what connection Mendoza Argueta has to the two people killed.

"Our investigators have received information to lead them to believe this is a targeted incident and not a random act of violence," said Irving Police Officer Anthony Alexander. "There is no threat to the public. It was a targeted incident. We're trying to determine exactly what happened out here today."

Latina Williams was waiting for her daughter to get off work at the Taco Bell restaurant next door. She says her daughter called her crying after the shooting happened.

"She called me from the bathroom crying because she’s scared. She’s like, ‘Mom, some people got shot. It sounded like a car wreck.’ She’s like, ‘They’re jumping out the window!’ And I’m like what am I supposed to do?" Williams recalled. "At that moment, a mother's concern is my baby. How soon can I get to her."

Williams says the window her daughter was referring to is the drive-thru window of the Chick-fil-A. 

Irving police said several people were inside the restaurant when the shooting happened and called 911. 

FOX 4 reached out to Chick-fil-A for a statement on the deadly attack, but we haven't heard back. 

Police wouldn’t say if a gun has been recovered. 

Anyone who sees Mendoza Argueta is urged to call 911.