INDIANAPOLIS — One person was killed and another pistol-whipped in a shooting incident Sunday night near a Mexican restaurant on the northwest side of Indianapolis, police said.

Indianapolis Metro police officers were dispatched around 7:50 p.m. to the intersection of W. 79th Street and Michigan Road on report of a person shot.

Upon arrival, they found a victim, a Hispanic male in his 30s who was not awake or breathing, in the parking lot of El Pastorcito restaurant suffering from apparent gunshot wounds to the chest. IMPD officers began administering medical aid until EMS arrived.

The shooting victim was taken to St. Vincent Hospital where he was later pronounced dead, IMPD said. The Marion County Coroner’s Office identified him as Israel Saavedra-Delgado, 35.

Officers quickly discovered that another victim, a Hispanic male in his 20s, had been pistol-whipped during the incident and that victim was treated on the scene.

Witnesses that spoke with police on scene described an altercation that started inside the restaurant, IMPD said. Shell casings were found in the parking lot outside of the restaurant and a gun was recovered on scene.

IMPD said witnesses saw the shooting suspect run away from the scene. No suspect description was provided by police, but an IMPD officer did say investigators believe there is only one suspect.