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    Indiana Walmart shooting: Suspect shot and killed after opening fire, 1 seriously injured

A man opened fire at a Walmart store late Thursday. Evansville police shot and killed him. At least one person was injured in the shooting in the store. It is not known what they are currently doing. A shooting is currently under investigation on the west side of the Walmart. There is a death and at least one injured. Police said they don’t know if anyone else was shot despite multiple shots being fired at the store tonight. No police were injured. Evansville police investigators will continue through the night in their efforts to learn more about the shooting. Let’s learn more about the Indiana Walmart shooting and who the male suspect is and his motive in detail in this article.

Walmart shooting in Indiana: what happened

Authorities responded to an active shooting scenario Thursday night, Evansville Central Dispatch confirmed. According to dispatch, it happened at the Evansville Walmart on South Red Bank Road.

The initial call came in at 9:59 p.m., according to Sgt. Anna Gray of the Evansville Police Department, when the police arrived, they entered the building immediately. Deputies and police officers from the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office also rushed to the scene, searching the building for the shooter.

According to Vanderburgh County Sheriff Noah Robinson, “we immediately teamed up with the Evansville Police Department and began looking for the threat.”

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You may remember the Columbine model from years ago that describes how to take control of a situation by securing the location while waiting for reinforcements. We no longer follow this model. To reduce the number of deaths when there is an active shooter, we rush to the threat and eliminate it.

Who was the suspect?

According to police, the male suspect began shooting at officers as soon as law enforcement arrived at the building. Several policemen exchanged fire. According to Gray, the gunman would open fire before fleeing and leading police into the store.

Multiple officers are on the scene of a confirmed active shooting at a Walmart in Indiana in a break room with suspect shoots his boss in the face and shoots multiple people suspect is killed.

UPDATE: Witnesses report suspect with bag walks into break room, shoots ex-boss in face, then starts shooting at other people police say there is no longer an active shooter or threat as the suspect has been confirmed dead.

The shooter was killed by gunfire. The threat has been eliminated, EPD said. According to Sgt. Gray, at least one shooting victim was taken to the hospital, but there could be more. There is currently no information on the seriousness of the victim’s injuries.

Police should contact anyone who was involved in the business or was injured during the event, according to officials. As more information becomes available, we’ll update this report.

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The following statement was released about Thursday’s incident by Walmart officials:

The horrific violence that occurred at our Evansville store has shocked the entire Walmart family, and our thoughts are with our associate right now. We will do everything we can to help our colleagues deal with this tragedy as we learn more. We appreciate the efforts of first responders in the neighborhood and will cooperate with the police as they carry out their investigation.

That investigation is still ongoing, according to Evansville police. To learn more about the progress of this case, check back with Medico Topics later.


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