CONCORD—On Sunday, November 27, a shooting outside of the Brenden Concord 14 movie theater left one man injured. According to reports, the shooting occurred at around 6:48 p.m. near Willow Pass Road. Theater attendees were instructed to evacuate and take a “shelter in place” approach.
Two female guests shared with KTUV that they did the latter, hiding at the back of the movie theater which was reportedly screening the new Disney movie “Moana.”
John Johnston, who was at the theatre when the incident transpired, tweeted: “They evacuated us out of the theatre, lots of cops inside and out of the theatre.”
According to Concord Police spokesman Christopher Blakely, another individual at the movie theater spotted the victim in possession of a gun. The security guard chased the victim outside of the movie theater and shot him several times, striking him in the leg.
The movie theater was shut down for the remainder of the evening. The injured victim was taken to a local hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. No further details have been disclosed to the public. Authorities are still investigating the shooting. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Concord Police Department at (925) 671-3220.