Buffalo Supermarket Shooting Update: Why suspect shoot at Buffalo supermarket?

In Buffalo there in a supermarket some people attack and started to shooting. All people became panic and the shooting was very dangerous in that moment. Now we will talk about the shootout.

What happened in the Buffalo supermarket?

In Buffalo many people are buying things from a supermarket. In that moment a white 18-year-old wearing military gear and live streaming with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at the supermarket in Buffalo.

He started to shoot every people in the market. He started to kill all people around and in the market. The guy who was shooting he shoot the people of different Ethnic group.

How many people killed and wounded in the Buffalo shooting?

Ten people were killed and three more were wounded when a man opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, said FBI.

At approximately 2:30 p.m., an 18-year-old White man exited his vehicle at a Tops Friendly Market, Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said at a news conference.

The suspect was “very heavily armed” and had a tactical helmet and gear, Gramaglia said. Police said he also had a camera and was live-streaming the shooting.

The suspect shot four people in the parking lot, killing three, before entering the store, he said. Once he walked inside, he encountered a “beloved” retired Buffalo police officer working in the store as a security guard.

The guard fired multiple shots that hit the suspect, but they did not affect him due to his tactical gear, Gramaglia said. The suspect then killed the guard, who has not been named.

Police said the shooter, who is now in custody, has been charged with murder in what officials are calling a hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism.

“This was pure evil,” said Erie County Sheriff John Garcia. “This was a straight-up racially motivated hate crime from somebody outside of our community.”

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