Two People Dead After Shooting Near Fort Worth Fast Food Restaurant: Police - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Two People Dead After Shooting Near Fort Worth Fast Food Restaurant: Police

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    Fort Worth police say a man and woman are dead, and they are not looking for any suspects after officers were called to a shooting Friday evening outside a Fort Worth fast food restaurant. (Published Friday, Oct. 9, 2015)

    Fort Worth police say a man and woman are dead, and they are not looking for any suspects after officers were called to a shooting Friday evening outside a Fort Worth fast food restaurant.

    Emergency crews were called at about 7 p.m. to the Wendy's in the 14100 block of Trinity Boulevard, just east of Texas Highway 360 and about two miles south of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

    Fort Worth police said the victims, who have been identified by the Medical Examiner's office as Erwin Butler, 36, and Gracie Enriquez, 34, were deceased at the scene, and there were juveniles among those who witnessed what happened.

    Further information has not yet been released from police.

    A family member of one of the deceased described the incident as domestic in nature, and said the two adults were meeting at the Wendy's for a custody exchange that escalated into an argument.

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