The shooter in the mass shooting at the Louisville bank Monday morning has been confirmed to be a 23-year-old employee. Connor Sturgeon reportedly opened fire at the Old National Bank at around 8:30 am on April 10.
Interim Police Chief of the Lousiville Metro JAcquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel has confirmed that four people died along with the shooter. The number of injured rose to nine, with three people reportedly in critical condition, three in non-critical condition and three already discharged. Two of the nine were emergency workers.
Sturgeon died while exchanging gunfire with responding officers.
These are the stories the suspect, 23-year-old Connor Sturgeon, released just before he opened fire at the Old National Bank this morning. LMPD says he also streamed live during filming. @WDRBNews pic.twitter.com/38pOdgBv4R
— Christie Battista WDRB (@CBattistaTV) April 10, 2023
Police identified the victims as Joshua Barrick; Julian Bauer; Tommy Elliott; And James Tutall between 40 and 64 years old.
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