Virginia authorities on Wednesday identified five of the six people killed during a deadly shooting inside a Walmart by a store clerk.
The city of Chesapeake said Lorenzo Gamble, Brian Pendleton, Kellie Pyle, Randall Blevins and Tyneka Johnson were killed Tuesday night when the suspected gunman, Andre Bing, opened fire inside the large store.
The sixth victim was only identified as a 16-year-old boy. Bing died from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.
WALMART EMPLOYEE IN CHESAPEAKE, VIRGINIA KILLS 6 WITH GUN, POLICE SAY
The ages of the other victims were not released.
At least 50 people are believed to have been inside the store when shots rang out, police said. Three people, including Bing, were found dead in an employee break room. Another was found dead near the front of the store. Three other victims were taken to hospitals where they later died, police said.
A Walmart employee said the overnight storage crew was gathered in a break room when the gunman opened fire.
“He was just shooting all over the room,” Briana Tyler said. “It didn’t matter who she hit. She didn’t say anything. She didn’t look at anyone in any specific way.”
A witness also told WAVY that he heard the suspect laugh at one point and that he believes the shooting was planned.
Investigators have not determined a motive for the shooting. A Chesapeake police SWAT team searched Bing’s home, but it was unclear if anything significant was found.
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The Walmart store is expected to remain closed for several days while investigators process the crime scene. The company said it has set up a partner resource center for employees and their families to offer counseling, meals and other services.
Associated Press contributed to this report.