That was a threatening incident at Thornton, Colorado when three people died in a shooting inside a Walmart store on Wednesday. For this fire in suburban Denver, Walmart police didn’t take anyone into custody.
Thornton Police didn’t reveal any details spontaneously neither about the circumstances of the shooting nor the people who were responsible for the shooting. The incident took lives of two inside the Walmart while a woman was injured who was then taken to hospital but later she also died, Thornton Police Department said on Twitter.
“Detectives currently reviewing security footage & witnesses being interviewed for assistance with the suspect(s),” police said on Twitter. Also, no one had been taken into custody till now.
“We’ve got multiple parties down, we’re still trying to ascertain what their conditions are,” Officer Victor Avila of the Thornton Police Department told News brand ‘Reuters’ by telephone
After an hour of fire, Thornton Police tweeted that the place is out of danger now when the Walmart was surrounded by police and fire crews.
Confirmation about two deaths came after 20 minutes and the Police Department updated the Twitter wall by saying “At this time this is NOT an active shooter. Active crime scene. We will update as info becomes available,”
Local NBC television affiliate 9NEWS reported about a woman whose son was inside the Walmart and heart about 30 gunshots and was still alive inside.