Four people were injured after a gunman opened fire and killed himself at a Walmart in Dayton, Ohio, Monday evening, authorities said.
The suspected shooter entered the Walmart in Beavercreek around 8:30 p.m. and began shooting at people inside the store, the newspaper said Beavercreek Police Department.
Authorities said the four victims were transported to area hospitals and their condition was unknown.
According to the authorities, the shooter died of an “apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
“No shots were fired by responding officers,” the department wrote in a statement on X.
The building has been cleared and secured and there is “no active threat”.
Police said the shooter was a man, but did not release his identity as their investigation continued.
Further details are expected to be announced on Tuesday.
“At first I thought it was glass. I heard a few people running and screaming, so I ran and we got to the Burger King parking lot,” an unidentified Walmart employee told the Dayton Daily News.
Walmart said they are “heartbroken” about what happened at their Beavercreek location.
“This continues to be an evolving situation and we are working closely with investigators on site,” Walmart Group said in a statement to the outlet.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the FBI are assisting in the investigation, the department said.
Beavercreek is a city of about 46,000 residents about 9 miles east of Dayton.