PITTSBURGH - Authorities are investigating a fight at the Salvation Army building in the North Side.
According to investigators, a fight allegedly broke out at the building on West North Avenue over the toys around 11:30 a.m.
"Somebody wanted to pick out some toys and another one wanted the same toys. They wanted to take toys they wanted, and they were arguing and fussing. A guy pulled a gun out,” said witness Warren Parks.
Parks and other witnesses said there was a line of about 300 people at the time.
“People have been waiting in line for hours. Tempers are high. They start line jumping, and they're going to fight over it. It's Christmas. They're here to get toys for their kids,” said Connie Jarrell.
Police are trying to track down the man who had the gun.
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