A woman crashed her black SUV into restaurant on Huntington Drive Tuesday morning and then fled the scene with other passengers, police said.
The car took out a wall just after midnight Tuesday morning and came to rest inside the restaurant, Lt. Zeke Cerecerez said.
The patrons at the restaurant were not able to provide a description of the suspects, Cerecerez said.
"Witnesses' statements were vague because the chaos of the crash seems to have impacted their ability to discuss who came out of the car," Cerecerez said, reading from the police watch logs.
Police found a McDonald's employee identification card in the vehicle and tried to contact the woman it belonged to but were unable to, Cerecerez said. Police presume she was the driver, he said.
A gaping hole about 10 feet across remained Tuesday morning on the north side of the Acapulco restaurant, which faces toward Huntington but is blocked in by a sidewalk and parking lot. Bar tables could be seen knocked over inside the restaurant, which had a "Do Not Enter--Unsafe to Occupy" sign posted on the front door.
No one inside the restaurant was injured, Cerecerez said.
"There were no injured people from either inside the building or inside the vehicle, but nobody was there," he said.
No arrests had been made as of 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, according to police.
City News Service reported that two other passengers exited the vehicle with the driver, but Cerecerez could not confirm that information.