A FedEx staff member, Levi Miller has given a lead on the mysterious gunman who caused the recent fatal mass shooting at one of the company's outlets in Indianapolis.
Following the mass shooting that occurred at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis, an eyewitness, Levi Miller, has come out to share his account of the story and other developments concerning the shooter.
Miller identified the shooter as a worker at the establishment. The incident which occurred last Thursday was around 11 pm. A gunman was said to have opened fire on the occupants of the company killing at least eight people.
Maninder Singh Walia spoke during a vigil at Monument Circle for the victims of the mass shooting at the FedEx facility on April 18, 2021 | Photo: Getty Images
The others were left either fatally injured or mildly affected. Reports show that some of the victims at the hospital are in stable condition. Miller noted that he did not recognize the shooter.
He opened up about the unfortunate event, sharing his witness account: "I was unable to see his face in detail. However, the man did have an AR rifle in his hand, and he started shouting, and then he started firing at random directions."
The FedEx staff member recalled being inside the building going about his work duty when he heard two gunshots at first. The following shots were sporadic, numbering into six before another ten rounds.
Last March, [the shooter's] mom contacted the police, sharing that she thought her son would try to take his life.
The gunman reportedly shot himself soon as the police were alerted. Craig McCratt, the Indianapolis Police chief deputy, stated that there was not much information on the shooter.
He relayed the FedEx security department tried their best to make sure he did not go further into the building. Miller later relayed that rumors showed that the gunman targeted the facility's manager.
The shooter who was recently identified as Scott Hole purchased the two guns last July and September. Criminal records check done on the late suspect presented info on reports about him.
Last March, Hole's mom contacted the police, sharing that she thought her son would try to take his life. Authorities looked into it and conducted a mental health check on him.
The reports relayed that the police seized a shotgun from Hole, tagging him a "dangerous person." The police found undisclosed items in his room, and the FBI interviewed him afterward.
The eight people who have been certified dead include 19-year-old Karli Smith, John Weisert,74, Amarjit Sekhon, 48, Samaria Blackwell also 19, Jasvinder Kaur, 50, Matthew Alexander 38, Jaswinder Singh, 68, and Amarjeet Johal 66.
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