Chuck E. Cheese's in Manchester will be hiring a security guard after a dozen people were involved in a brawl over the weekend.
The security guard will start working immediately for peak hours, which are Saturday and Sunday between 3 p.m. to 9 or 10 p.m., Alexis Linn, PR manager for the franchise, said.
Police are still looking for the group of people apart of the all-out brawl caught on camera at Chuck E. Cheese's on Sunday.
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The incident began between two women at the restaurant at 82 Buckland Street and might have started after the two bumped into each other, according to Manchester police.
It quickly escalated to include about 12 people, police said, and two children suffered minor injuries when they were knocked down during the brawl.
The group involved in the fight left before officers arrived.
Police are reviewing video of the incident to try and identify those involved.
Chuck E. Cheese's has said they are "regretful of the situation" in a statement on Monday.