NORTH LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The Broward Sheriff's Office is searching for two men involved in a shooting Sept. 13 outside Player's Sports Bar and Grill in North Lauderdale.
According to deputies, Terrance McClendon, 41, accidentally bumped into two men at the bar. That's when one of the men put McClendon in a headlock and the other one started to hit him.
Security guards eventually intervened and kicked the two men out of the bar.
Deputies said the men waited for McClendon to leave and one of them fired at him in the parking lot. McClendon ran but was eventually shot in the back while one of the men was chasing him.
Deputies said the two men left in a newer model two-door sports vehicle, possibly a Cadillac.
McClendon was taken to Broward Health Medical Center where he underwent surgery.
Deputies described the shooter as a 6 foot two inch black man with gold teeth, low-cut hair and tattoos on his upper right arm that goes down to his elbow. He was wearing a white shirt with the word "BROOKLYN" on the front and blue pants.
The shooter's accomplice is described as a 5 foot 9 inch black man with gold teeth and low-cut hair. He was wearing a black shift, black pants, a red hat and black shoes the night of the shooting.
Anyone with any information about this crime is asked to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.
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