STAMFORD, Conn. — A father and son had a gun pulled on them outside of the Stamford Town Center Monday night, police said.
The two were driving out of the mall when two men blocked the exit, police said. The two parties began arguing over who had the right of way, police said. and the son, who was driving, got out of the car. When he did, police said and one of the two men pulled out a handgun.
The man got back in the car and called police. Police said the suspects fled the scene.
The suspects were described as males in their mid-20s. The area was canvassed, but the suspects were not found.
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