BETHLEHEM, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities say a man who fired shots at a Bethlehem cigar shop employee after refusing to wear a face mask has been apprehended after a shootout with police. Adam Zaborowski, of Slatington, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, robbery and reckless endangerment.
Investigators say Zaborowski walked into the Cigars International store in Bethlehem Township Friday morning without a mask.READ MORE: 'Survivor 41' Episode 6: The Merge Part 1
The staff asked him to wear one.
Police say Zaborowski got angry, grabbed two cigars, and left the store without paying for them.
When a store employee asked him to return the cigars, investigators say Zaborowski pulled out a semi-automatic handgun and fired two rounds at the worker.READ MORE: Philadelphia Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed By Family Of Walter Wallace Jr.
No one was hurt.
Police say Zaborowski left the scene in a blue Dodge Dakota pickup truck with Pennsylvania tags ZLY6443.
On Saturday, officials say Zaborowski engaged in a shootout with police as they attempted to take him into custody. He suffered a gunshot wound and was treated at the scene before taken to a local hospital.
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Zaborowski faces charges including attempted murder, aggravated assault and robbery. According to officials, due to prior offenses, he was also charged with persons prohibited to possess a firearm.