Suspect who killed 4 in mass shooting at Louisville bank believed to be former employee, police say
A gunman opened fire at a bank in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday morning, killing four people and sending at least eight to the hospital before he was killed at the scene, Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey said.
The shooter appears to be a former employee of the bank, he said.
“We believe this is a lone gunman who did have a connection to the bank,” he said.
The mass shooting began at about 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Old National Bank on East Main Street, police said.