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Walmart Shooter In Chesapeake Virginia Identified


A gunman who opened fire inside a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia has been identified as Walmart Manager Andre Bing.

Bing reportedly opened fire inside a Walmart and killed six co-workers.

Chief of Chesapeake Police Mark Solesky stated Bing killed six of his co-workers and then killed himself.

A video of Bing moments before the shooting has gone viral:

The New York Post dropped these details:

The gunman who opened fire at a Virginia Walmart has been identified as Andre Bing, a manager at the store, who killed six co-workers before taking his own life.

A Facebook Live video apparently made by a Walmart employee had been circulating online showing a co-worker that she calls “Andre.”

The young man is seen joking with the workers before he walks away when the woman points her camera at him. It was unclear when the footage was shot.

Chief of Chesapeake Police Mark Solesky said the gunman killed six co-workers before killing himself with a handgun.

The Police department said three individuals, including the shooter, were located deceased in the break room of the store while one victim was located dead toward the front of the store. They added three other victims were transported to local hospitals for further treatment, but succumbed to their injuries.

Fox News dropped these details:

A mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia Tuesday night that left six people dead was carried out by one of the store’s employees before he took his own life by turning the gun on himself, the Chesapeake Police Department says.

Chesapeake Police Chief Mark Solesky told reporters Wednesday morning that the male employee used a pistol in the attack.

Police believe following a search by a SWAT team at the individual’s home there is “no risk to the public at this time,” Solesky added.

The employee has not been identified, as police say they have yet to contact his next of kin. Prior to the shooting, officials say he was not familiar to law enforcement. He died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police say.

“The investigation is still ongoing,” Solesky said. “We will be processing that scene for days.”

The comments from the police chief come after a video emerged of an employee claiming a store manager carried out the mass shooting.

Kevin Harper, a Walmart employee who managed to flee the store, said in a video that “we lost a few of our associates.”

“I just left out of the break room, the manager comes in there and started capping people up in there. Started shooting bro,” Harper said.

Employee Briana Tyler said that workers had gathered in the store’s break room as they typically did ahead of their shifts.


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