Police: 1 shot at NC Walmart, officers search for shooterNovember 26, 2022
ANOTHER Walmart shooting sees one person injured at North Carolina store as suspect ‘is taken into custody’ – four days after six were killed in Virginia
- One person was injured in a shooting inside the North Carolina store on Friday
- Police were called to Walmart in Lumberton for a report of gunshots at 11.30am
- Cops weren’t able to find gunman or fatal victims before the attacker made off
Another shooting has erupted at a Walmart just four days after six people were killed at one in Virginia.
One person was injured in a shooting inside the North Carolina store on Friday, police said.
Police were called to the Walmart in Lumberton for a report of gunshots around 11.30am on one of the biggest shopping days of the year – Black Friday.
The victim later arrived at UNC Health Southeastern with a gunshot wound that was not considered life-threatening.
They were not aware of any other people injured in the incident. The shooting appeared to be an isolated incident between two individuals who know each other, police said.
The shooting came days after six co-workers at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, were shot and killed by a supervisor, who then killed himself, police said.
Another shooting has erupted at a Walmart just four days after six people were killed at one in Virginia
Police were called to the Walmart in Lumberton for a report of gunshots around 11.30am on one of the biggest shopping days of the year – Black Friday
One person was injured in a shooting inside the North Carolina store on Friday, police said. Officers are still searching for the shooter
Andre Bing was ‘hunting’ for specific people, a survivor of the massacre has claimed – as DailyMail.com revealed had a list of store workers’ circled names before carrying out the strike
Andre Bing claimed in a suicide note that he was ‘led by Satan’ to murder six of his colleagues, who ‘laughed at me and said I was like Jeffrey Dahmer’.
The rambling, paranoid suicide note is headlined ‘Death Note’ and was found on the phone of Bing, 31, after the mass shooting and released by Chesapeake police on Friday.
Bing seemed offended by the comparison to Dahmer and claimed: ‘I would never have killed anyone that entered my home’.
The cannibalistic serial killer was the subject of a recent Netflix documentary ‘Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’.
Bing describes his colleagues as ‘idiots with low intelligence’ who ‘harassed, tormented and mocked’ him with ‘evil twisted grins’.
The suicide note – which is headlined ‘Death Note’ by the gunman Andre Bing – was found on the killer’s phone after the mass shooting and released by Chesapeake police on Friday
In the rambling, paranoid note, Bing claimed his co-workers gave him ‘evil, twisted grins’
Bing ended the note, saying: ‘My God forgive me for what I’m going to do …’
During his killing spree the manager shot dead Brian Pendleton, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble, Kellie Pyle and Tyneka Johnson – whose name was circled on a kill list of co-workers found by DailyMail.com outside his home.
He also killed 16-year-old Fernando Chavez-Barron, known to loved ones as Fernando Jesus, who had just started working as a restocker part-time. It was his first job. A vigil was held for him on Thursday.
The City of Chesapeake confirmed the youngster’s identity in a tweet on Friday.
Four people who were shot survived the attack and remain in the hospital, including Jalon Jones and Jessica Wilczewski. Another survivor, Blake Williams, 23, is on a ventilator, and clinging to life, according to his family.
Authorities confirmed Bing legally bought the 9mm handgun used in the killing on November 22, and that he had no prior convictions.
The FBI confiscated a box of ammunition and a box, receipt and other paperwork from his $300k property on Wednesday.
In the suicide note Bing said he was ‘guilty’ and ‘failed his management team and everyone that ever loved him’ by convincing them he was normal.
Police have identified five of the six victims killed during a mass shooting at a Virginia Walmart Tuesday, hours after naming the disgruntled manager who carried out the killing. The sixth deceased victim was a 16-year-old boy, the city said. His name and photo were withheld due to his age. The victims range in age from 16 to 70
Lorenzo Gamble, 43
Kellie Pyle, 52
Brian Pendleton, 38
Bing also killed 16-year-old Fernando Chavez-Barron, circled, who had just started working as a restocker part-time. It was his first job.
Following a vigil on Thursday, City of Chesapeake posted this picture on Twitter to confirm the name of the juvenile victim as 16-year-old Fernando Chavez-Barron
The surveillance footage screenshot shows a person walking into Walmart on October 30
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