The Bay County Sheriff's Office is working leads tonight to find out who is responsible for random gunfire at businesses and cars along Thomas Drive.
The windows maybe fixed at the Dive Locker on Thomas Drive, but the fear is still fresh from the shots fired during the early morning hours on Thursday.
"We walked inside, glass was all over the carpet inside. We looked around. We found the actual bullet laying on the floor back by the Go-Pro camera display," says Sean Mclean, a boat captain at the Dive Locker.
Employees found the damage when they got to work Thursday morning, noticing the bullet had traveled from the outside to the cash register.
"If somebody had been in there, it was right in line with the cash register and the walk way going to the register. There could have been people in there, not that early in the morning, but you never know," says Mclean.
According to the Bay County Sheriff's Office, the Diver Locker wasn't the only shop hit. Around 3 AM businesses on the 37 hundred block of Thomas Drive got hit, too.
"The building got hit one of the windows, and my van got hit. I'm not sure where the other two bullets went. But there were four shots," says Alicia who was working when the incident happened."
It was experience that has Alicia still shaking."It literally scared the tar out of me. I mean, I'm still shaken by it. I'm still upset about it. "
The Bay County Sheriff's Office did pursue a charcoal gray Jeep Cherokee that night, but the vehicle was able to get away.