Police said Wednesday that a McDonald’s employee aged 16 was shot to death in Arizona’s restaurant’s bathroom.

Phoenix police responded around 10:15 to a report of a shooting at a 51st Avenue restaurant on Baseline Road. They found a victim with gunshot wounds.

According to the Phoenix Police Department, Prince Nedd was the victim and he died at the scene from his injuries.

Police said that Nedd had been involved in a fight before the shooting. Investigators spoke with witnesses.

Police have not yet indicated if the suspect was identified. The investigation continues.

Nedd’s family informed NBC affiliate KPNX in Phoenix that Nedd started at McDonald’s two months ago.

According to two employees who were present at the scene of the shooting, the gunman was another teenager employee. The two had been arguing multiple times before, according the news station.

According to his friends, Nedd was a senior at Betty H. Fairfax high school and played football there.

The owner of the restaurant said that he was saddened by the loss of his friend and colleague in a statement to NBC News.

“Our company’s top priority is the safety and well-being for our customers and employees at our restaurants.” The statement added that we are fully cooperating in the police investigation.

Anybody with information should contact the Phoenix Police Department at 602-262-6151, or Silent Witness at 480–WITNESS / 480–TESTIGO.