The suspect (right) dining with a companion in the McDonald’s restaurant in Philadelphia Nov. 3, 2014 
Screenshot from surveillance footage 

The search continues in Philadelphia for a man who stabbed a McDonald’s employee after arguing about the store’s closing time, CBS Philly reports.

The incident was reportedly caught on store surveillance cameras, and local police are searching it for clues about the suspect.

According to the report, the stabbing took place around 11 p.m. Nov. 3. The suspect and a friend were eating at the restaurant when they were told that it was closing and were asked to leave. Apparently upset about this news, the suspect started arguing with employees. He then followed one of them outside and continued to berate the individual.

When the employee tried to walk away, the suspect stabbed him in the back before chasing him around the parking lot, CBS Philly notes. The employee was treated at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Read more at CBS Philly.