York corner store window shot out after 2 people exchanged gunfire

YORK -- A window of a York City corner store was shot out Wednesday after two people exchanged gunfire.

York Police are still looking for the men who were involved.

It all started when three men walked into Rod's Corner Store, at the intersection of East Philadelphia and North Queen Streets, to buy tobacco.

As they are about to leave, surveillance video shows a man walking around the corner outside the store. He pulls out a gun and starts shooting toward the three men.

The cashier who was working at the time, Kazi Haque, said, the three men fled back inside the store. One of them fired back from inside the store. You can see one of the men holding a gun in the video.

The bullets shattered the window facing North Queen Street, and it all happened within a couple of minutes.

Charles Smith, who lives next door, said he just moved in last week.

Smith said, "It's very terrifying having a shooting right outside my house."

The store owner said the window replacement will cost about $3,000.

The man who is fixing the window said this is his 20th window he's had to replace in York this year because of bullet holes.

No one was injured.