Ten people were killed in a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. This was told by sources in local law enforcement agencies on condition of anonymity.
The sources stressed that they are forbidden to give official public comments about what happened, reports the Associated Press.
Eyewitnesses of the incident said that the shooting was carried out by a man who appeared to be between 20 and 22 years old. He was wearing camouflage clothing and a bulletproof vest.
After the arrest, the suspect in the shooting was interrogated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, one of the sources said. The investigation believes that the detainee was broadcasting his actions live on the Internet using a camera mounted on his helmet. The footage of the stream was obtained by law enforcement officers.
The sources also stressed that the investigation is still at an early stage, so it is premature to draw conclusions about the suspect’s motives. One of the versions considered by the investigation is racial hatred.
Earlier there were reports that A man who opened fire in a supermarket was eliminatedHowever, this information has not been confirmed.