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03 November 2017, 12:41 | Simon Arnold
Authorities are still hunting Ostrem who police say fled the scene in a red Mitsubishi
The seemingly random shooting Wednesday in Thornton, Colorado comes a month after a gunman killed 58 people in Las Vegas, the deadliest mass shooting in recent USA history. There's no word on Ostrem's possible connection to the victims or a motive. Police said Ostrem walked into the south doors at the Walmart located at 9900 Grant St. around 6:10 PM Wednesday and "nonchalantly" began firing. He was identified after investigators scoured "lots of hours" of surveillance video and a law enforcement database, according to Avila.
Court records show a resisting arrest charge against Ostrem was dismissed in 1999.
What they do know is that it is not believed to have been an act of terrorism.
Avila said part of the reason for this was the sheer chaos at the Walmart after the shots rang out. "We have people leaving, we have officers trying to cordon off the area, had to render the area safe".
Police say they've arrested a man suspected of walking into a suburban Denver Walmart and immediately opening fire with a handgun, killing two men and a woman Wednesday night.
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