CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte-Mecklenburg police investigators continue to try and find the suspects responsible for an east Charlotte shooting spree that occurred on June 8.
The incidents occurred between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Five car windows were shot out that Friday night, including one owned by Victor Collado.
"Yeah, (I’m) disappointed. I want this guy to get caught. He's probably going to hurt somebody if they don’t catch this guy soon," said Collado.
Police have been working nonstop since the incidents.
"It’s such a random thing. I don't believe we have any victims that had any type of relationship," said Hickory Grove Division Captain Chuck Hinson.
He says investigators have talked to a number of potential suspects.
"We feel comfortable that those leads were exhausted. We’re still out there in full force. We’re still looking," he added.
Fortunately no one was injured in any of the shootings, but the closest call happened at Jake’s Restaurant in the 12000 block of Albemarle Road.
About 60 customers were inside when a bullet came through a window, narrowly missing a child. Jacob Stegall, the owner, hopes officers catch the suspect.
But Stegall says until then he has no intention of living in fear.
"I think people are being defiant, saying, ‘Hey, you aren’t going to ruin my life. You aren’t going to scare me," said Stegall.