Gunman wounds 2, fatally shot by bystander at Walmart store

Gunman wounds 2, fatally shot by bystander at Walmart store

Police officers investigate the scene of a deadly shooting at a Walmart store in Tumwater, Wash., Sunday, June 17, 2018.

A carjacking suspected was shot and killed at a Walmart in Tumwater, Washington, on Sunday.

A gunman shot a man outside a Walmart in Washington State and wounded a teenager during a carjacking on Sunday, before being fatally shot by a bystander.

The gunman then attempted to carjack another vehicle and shot the driver, Wohl and witnesses said.

While police responded to the possible DUI scene, dispatchers received multiple 911 calls about a carjacking and shots being fired at the Walmart less than a mile away.

Upon arriving, officers found a 16-year-old girl suffering from minor injuries. "(The suspect) hijacks a vehicle apparently to get here, then hijacks another auto.

Tumwater Police said Day tried to carjack two cars in the Walmart parking lot at 5900 Littlerock Rd SW.

"Then somebody yelled 'run, run!' and everyone took off", Ms Bailey said. "A citizen who was here in the parking lot took his gun and shot the suspect". The suspect was then shot by an armed civilian who witnessed the second carjacking attempt.

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KCPQ reports police said there is no danger to the public.

Darren Gossler of Elma was in the store when the shooting started. Indeed, local media reported that the fire department alerted them to a "mass casualty" incident.

Megan Chadwick was at the store with her kids at the time of the shooting and agreed with Adams, telling KOMO News, "Those men who stood up, they are heroes to me". The station reports that as people fled the store, the gunman followed and shots were heard outside. The investigation is continuing, she said.

Caitlyn Wallner told the paper a similar story.

Two shoppers in the store who were legally carrying firearms ran to the parking lot after hearing the gunshots.

Brian Adams of Olympia said he was picking up pool supplies when he heard the shots and saw people running.

The action then moved into the parking lot.

"He is a true hero because there would have been more victims", Adams said. Fievez's parents quickly returned to their 2014 Ford Focus and were confronted by the gunman, who fired multiple rounds through the windows before circling the vehicle, the paper quoted the son as saying. Police say one of the civilians fatally shot the suspect.