Investigators are searching for the food delivery driver who they believe opened fire and killed a customer Saturday night in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim as Ryan Thornton, 30, of Atlanta. Thornton ordered delivery from UberEATS and went outside to pick up his food at around 11:30 p.m.
Witnesses said that Thornton and the driver exchanged words and someone inside the car started firing and striking Thornton multiple times. The driver then left the scene.
I was the only reporter on the scene as the Uber Eats driver accused of murdering a customer turned himself in…. https://t.co/4b8nDlkHUK
— Tom Jones (@TomJonesWSBTV) February 19, 2018