Walmart shooting: Shooting in California costco shooter dies

Walmart shooting victims’ families gathered in front of the store where the shooting took place and announced they had been able to receive medical care at the scene.

Walmart shooting victims family mourns loss of gunman at Walmart, say Walmart shooter was in store article A family member of a Walmart shooter who died of a gunshot wound at the retailer in Colorado said Saturday that the gunman was not in the store when the shooting happened, CNN affiliate KDVR reported.

The family of 26-year-old Ronald “Ronnie” Wainright said he was in the parking lot of the Walmart store in Aurora when he shot and killed four people and wounded two others on Friday night.

Wainright, who was described as mentally ill and had a history of mental illness, had been a regular at the store, the family said in a statement Saturday.

It’s with deep sorrow and great sadness that we say goodbye to our loved one, Ronnie Wainwright, whose life was taken away from us today.

Ronnie Wains family says they want answers as to why he killed four innocents at Walmart.

They are asking anyone with information on Wainwross’ whereabouts to call the Aurora Police Department.