According to the new hearsays, today ten people, including a policeman, three Kroger store employees and an Instacart shopper, were killed at a store in Boulder, Colorado. While, the Kroger is working with local authorities in the wake of yesterday’s fatal shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado.
At a press conference Tuesday morning, the Boulder Police Department identified the shooter as 21-year-old Ahmed Al-Alaiwi Al-Issa from Arvada, Colorado, who was arrested yesterday afternoon and injured in a shootout with responding officers.
The murdered officer, 51-year-old Eric Tally, an 11-year-old Boulder Police veteran, was identified by the department yesterday and was the first officer to respond to the scene of the accident. Furthermore, Boulder Police released the identities of the other nine victims. Among them were 25-year-old Ricky Olds, identified by the Denver Post as the front-end manager at King Soopers, as well as fellow store workers Denny Stong, 20, and Teri Leiker, 51.
Furthermore, Kroger is working with local authorities in the wake of yesterday’s fatal shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado. In which one gunman killed 10 people, including a police officer, three store employees, and an Instacart shopper.
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In addition, here’s the statement “We are horrified and deeply distressed by the reckless violence that has occurred at the King Soopers store located on Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, Colorado, resulting in 10 deaths, including three of our partners: Denny Stung, Ricky Olds and Terry Laker.” Said Eric Tally, a police officer. Boulder, “The Kroger Corporation said Tuesday evening in an updated statement on Twitter.
“In the hours that have passed since the shooting, we learn truly heroic deeds that have included partners, clients, and first responders willingly helping to protect and save others. We will forever be grateful to First Responders who have responded with courage to protect our partners and clients,” Cincinnati resident Kroger tweeted. “The entire Kroger family offers our thoughts, prayers and support to those affected by this tragedy, including our partners, clients, first responders and their families. Kroger added: “The store will remain closed while law enforcement completes its investigation.” What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section below!