Tumwater Police Department spokeswoman Laura Wohl said it is unclear whether the gunman was ever inside the store or if shots were fired inside, The Olympian reported. When officers arrived there, they found a 16-year-old girl with unspecified non-life-threatening injuries but no suspect.
"As we were speaking to witnesses at that scene, we get another call of shots fired here at Walmart", Wohl said.
Police said that a 16-year-old girl was injured when the suspect tried to hijack her auto.
Police said two people were shot.
The gunman attempted to carjack someone when he was fatally shot by a bystander, Tumwater police said.
Police investigate a shooting spree a Walmart in Tumwater, Washington. The TNT quoted a Thurston County sheriff's dispatcher as its source.
While police were en route, a carjacking was reportedly taking place at a nearby intersection, the newspaper reported, adding that the teenager was injured at that location. The victim of the second carjacking attempt was in critical condition at Harborview Hospital.
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Darren Gossler of Elma was in the store when the shooting started. Heard about five or six pops.
Wohl said no other suspects were being sought.
Kailani Bailey told the Tacoma News Tribune she was shopping inside the grocery section of the Walmart when a tall man in a T-shirt and jeans ran in and shoved people out of the way, ordering them to "move, move".
Then, moments later, she heard a "pop, pop, pop" coming from what she said was the other side of the store, and she said everyone froze. No customers or employees were hit. "There were three civilians going after him to shoot him and two of them had their guns up and then the third guy shot him through the window of the auto". "I saw everyone else started to exit the area".
She said she got over to her vehicle, but knew she wouldn't be able to get out of the parking lot because many people were trying to flee.
"He is a hero", Adams said.