Four people were seriously injured after a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart in Beavercreek.
Police said the shooting unfolded around 8:35 p.m. on Monday at the Walmart at 3360 Pentagon Boulevard, when a 911 caller stated a man walked into the Walmart with a rifle and began to shoot.
Police said four people were injured in the shooting, three females and one male. Police said the victims were found shot throughout the store. All four victims were shoppers.
In an update Tuesday, police said three victims are in stable condition while one remains in critical but stable condition.
Police said the victim’s conditions has been steadily improving since the shooting.
Police said officers arrived within minutes of the 911 call and located the shooter’s body behind the vision center.
According to police, the suspect, later identified as 20-year-old Benjamin Charles Jones, died after an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Body camera shared Tuesday shows an officer running into the store and shortly after locating the shooter’s body.
“Got ’em. Shooters down,” the officer can be heard on the body camera.
Zrinka Dilber, assistant special agent in charge of the Cincinnati FBI Field Office, said they are looking into the shooter’s history to try to find out a potential motive and if they had any relationship to the victims.
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