Louisville Metro Police are scheduled to release police bodycam footage in Monday’s shooting at a bank in which five people were killed and eight others injured.
The shooting occurred Monday morning inside a branch of Old National Bank. Police said that the 25-year-old shooter, identified as Connor Sturgeon, was a bank employee.
The shooter was killed during an exchange of gunfire with responding officers, police have said, and was armed with a semi-automatic AR-15-style weapon. Police also said he livestreamed the shooting.
The five people killed were identified as 40-year-old Joshua Barrick, 63-year-old Thomas Elliot, 64-year-old James Tutt, 57-year-old Deana Eckert and Juliana Farmer.
Among the eight people wounded were two Louisville officers, including 26-year-old Nickolas Wilt, who was shot in the head. Wilt had just graduated from the police academy last month.
The shooter had interned at the bank for several summers before becoming a full-time employee in 2021, police said.
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