Road Rage Leads to Shooting at McDonald’s in Raleigh

Road rage sparked a shooting that injured one man early Sunday outside a McDonald's restaurant in Raleigh.

— Road rage sparked a shooting that injured one man early Sunday outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Raleigh.

Around 4 a.m., officers with the Raleigh Police Department responded to shooting outside of the McDonald’s located at 3026 Capital Boulevard near the intersection at Trawick Road.

Officials said a road rage incident caused the shooting.

One man was shot in the leg, officials said, and his injuries are non-life-threatening. Investigators are searching for a suspect who they believe was driving a black Dodge Ram.

The incident is under investigation.

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