By Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade police have arrested a man Thursday morning accused of shooting outside a business in Southwest Miami and leading police on a short pursuit.

Police said the shooting happened at the MiWi cafeteria in the Hammocks at around 9 a.m.

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Investigators said the suspect drove to the establishment and exited his vehicle. He produced a firearm, shot at the business and began to flee.

Police said as the officers were arriving on the scene, they observed a vehicle, matching the description, fleeing the scene.

Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver refused to pull over and a short pursuit ensued.

Authorities said the suspect eventually stopped at SW 157 Avenue and SW 136 Street, where he was taken into custody.

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No one was injured in the shooting and police said they recovered a firearm.

Images from Chopper 4 showed a man in handcuffs sitting on a curb, waiting to be placed in the back of a police unit.

Chopper 4 images also showed a white SUV stopped in the middle of the road with parked police units behind it.

Nearby high school Felix Varela was placed on temporary lockdown as a precaution.

It is not clear what may have led to the shooting.

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Police did not release the suspect’s identity. They only said the suspect is 52-years old. Team