COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — One person is in stable condition after a shooting Tuesday evening at a north Columbus restaurant that was the scene of a fatal shooting in February of this year.

According to Columbus police, the shooting happened at approximately 6:53 p.m. at the Roosters restaurant on the 2400 block of East Dublin Granville Road near Cleveland Avenue.

One victim, who police identified as a waitress at the restaurant, was taken to OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in stable condition.

According to Columbus police, the shooter was outside the restaurant while the victim was inside when the shot was fired. Police do not know if the woman was the intended target.

Police had no suspect information available.

The restaurant is the same location where Marshawn Davis, 18, was shot and killed on Feb. 18, 2022. Jesus Tajeda-Castro, 18, has been arrested and charged with that shooting.

A post on the Roosters’ Facebook page says this location will be closed until further notice.

The statement reads:

Our 161/Cleveland Ave location is closed until further notice. We are extremely grateful our team member suffered a non-life threatening injury, yet no one should ever have to experience a situation such as this. We are deeply saddened and appreciate your understanding and continued support as we focus on the health and safety of our team members and guests.

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Greg Galieti said he’s a regular at the restaurant and the staff offers excellent service.

“I mean, I’ve been in this area for a long time and, yeah, you can see the decline of (SR)161,” he said. “Let’s say it’s not quite where it was, let’s say, ten years ago.”

As of Wednesday evening, police said no suspects are in custody.