— A man killed by a single gunshot to the head outside a Naperville fast-food restaurant Saturday is identified by authorities as 25-year-old Zachary L. Lefebvre.
Naperville police said Lefesen died at the scene of the shooting, and the shooting itself was believed to be accidental.
A suspect is in custody.
Napier police spokesman Sgt. Matt Hockett said Lofebvre was armed with a handgun and the weapon was reported stolen.
The Associated Press reported that Lofeberve was shot multiple times as he ran away from the scene.
The AP said he was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Napiers police were called to the McDonald’s at 1401 E. University Ave.
just before 2 p.m. local time, about two hours after the shooting.
Police say the gunman walked into the restaurant and began shooting, killing Lofesen, and then fled on foot.
Napie police officers then chased the suspect through the mall, which was cordoned off by police.
The suspect was located near the intersection of University Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Authorities said they had no information about a possible connection between the shooting and a previous assault that left one person dead in the city on Dec. 31.
The shooting was the second time in the past year in Napier that a gunman has killed himself.
On Jan. 20, police were at the restaurant when a man walked in and killed a female employee and injured another person.
The restaurant was temporarily closed for a time, and Napier Police Chief Greg Williams said he believes the incident is unrelated to the recent killing.
Napiere Police Chief James W. McKeown said there was no indication that Lefecve was targeting the restaurant.
He said the city is trying to find out what led to the shooting at the fast-casual restaurant.
Napies police officers on Sunday were seen entering the McDonalds restaurant, where they confronted the gunman.
The shooter fled on a bicycle and was later found dead in a field near his home.
Napienes police say the man had a long criminal history, and police said he had a history of mental health problems.
Napiestah police said they have no information at this time to link the incidents to the same person.
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