Police on Tuesday identified a 21-year-old man as the suspect in the killing of 10 people at a Boulder, Colorado, supermarket. Suspect Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa was from Arvada, Colorado and had lived most of his life in the U.S., said Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty.
He was undergoing treatment at a hospital and was expected to be booked into the county jail later Tuesday, Dougherty said. Authorities also identified nine victims after previously identifying a police officer who had been killed. The victims ranged in age from 20 to 65, said Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold. The shooting Monday at the crowded supermarket sent terrorized shoppers and workers scrambling for safety and stunned a state and a nation that has grieved several mass killings. Herold said police engaged in a shootout with the suspect inside the supermarket and that is when Officer Eric Talley was killed. Investigators don’t know yet why the suspect opened fire inside the grocery store, Dougherty said. He said the investigation is in the early stages but that detectives believe the suspect was the only shooter. Today on AirTalk, we get the latest developments from a reporter following the story.
With files from the Associated Press