One H-E-B in Central Texas is currently trying to ascertain why a single window of their building was damaged. The store where the incident happened is located in Copperas Cove.

What Authorities Know Currently

On Tuesday October 18th, 2022, around the time of 5:30 PM, an unknown person fired their weapon into the shopping center. The one window, pictured here by the Killeen Daily Herald, has been removed from the building.

According to Copperas Cove Police, they are treating the moment as "deadly conduct discharge firearm." They also are asking for help in identifying the person who decided to discharge the firm into the building, with statement from Lt. Krystal Baker.

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Baker also told the Daily Herald when she was reached for comment that an investigation is underway. At the time of writing, there are no reports of injuries of anyone.

H-E-B's Response

The Killeen Daily Herald reports that even though the window was broken, the H-E-B did not close down, nor was there a need to take patrons out of the building after the incident occurred.

The Daily Herald also was able to receive a comment from the senior director of public affairs for the Central Market Division of H-E-B, Mabrie Jackson, where she both stated that situation "was a cause for concern" and letting the police handle the investigation.

If you have any information regarding the situation, please report any tips to the Copperas Cove Police Department at 254-547-8222.

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