Update 03/23/2021 2:41pm:
According to reports, police have released the arrest warrant for the suspect in the Colorado supermarket shooting—21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa. Reports noted that Alissa is facing 10 charges of first-degree murder, and one attempted murder charge.
The man was seen wearing an “armored” vest, and the document released by Boulder County officials notes that 10 victims of the shooting “were located in the store and in the parking lot of the business, including a deceased party in a vehicle in the parking lot.” The released affidavit also details a police officer being shot by the suspect and noted that Alissa reportedly walked “backward to the SWAT Team to be taken into custody,” following the incident. Stay tuned for more updates.
Original 03/22/2021 7:49pm:
According to reports, an active shooter claimed the lives of 6 people at a Boulder, CO supermarket on Monday.
Police say a suspect has been apprehended, but an identity hasn’t been revealed. Authorities say the shooting began outside the store and moved inside the grocery store. The scene remained active well over an hour after the first shots were fired. Police say the man was also armed with an assault weapon, potentially an AR-15.
Reports say that at least 10 people were wounded in the shooting, in addition to the 6 decedents. It is important to note that there are no definitive figures on the number of casualties. It is unclear at the moment whether the shirtless man escorted away by police was the suspect.