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Walmart 'shocked' after Indiana suspect opens fire at store where he once worked
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Walmart said Friday that the company is "shocked" after a former Evansville, Indiana, employee opened fire Thursday night at the store where he once worked.
"The entire Walmart family is shocked by the senseless violence that occurred at our Evansville store, and our hearts are with our associates at this time," the retail giant told FOX Business in a statement. "As we learn more, we’ll do everything we can to support our associates as they cope with this tragedy."
"We’re thankful for the local first responders and will continue working with law enforcement through the course of their investigation," Walmart added.
Local authorities identified the suspect as 25-year-old Ronald Roy Mosley II, who was killed during a shootout with police.
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Evansville Police said a female employee was injured in the shooting, which lasted for about 15 minutes.