By Cleve Bryan

PENNSVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — Police are investigating after they say at least one pellet came close to a group of customers waiting in line at a food truck in Salem County.

Authorities are now searching for the shooter.

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Police say it wasn’t just any pellet gun, it was a high-powered armor-piercing pellet gun that could’ve easily killed someone and is considered a firearm in New Jersey.

Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, police say someone was driving on Route 49 near the Sunoco where “Zoegies” food truck is parked.

At least one shot was fired, striking the food truck.

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Authorities say the shot barely missed several people standing outside.

No one was hurt, but the owner tells CBS 3 that his family could’ve been.

Ezell Barnes says, “Actually my brother-in-law was standing where you are and he was leaning in, fortunately, and a couple others were standing here, and we just heard a boom! And we said ‘oh no, I know that wasn’t what I think it was.’ We ran out and, yeah, it’s a nice little hole.”

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Police say they do not have any leads so far, so they are hoping for the public’s help.