Authorities said a 23-year-old bank employee opened fire at his workplace in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday morning and broadcast the attack that killed four people and wounded nine others.
The gunman has been identified as Connor Sturgeon, an employee of the National Bank, according to Louisville Metro Interim Sheriff Jacqueline Gwen Villarroel. The police killed him after a shootout with the authorities.
The four victims, who ranged in age from 40 to 64, have been identified as Joshua Barrick, Juliana Farmer, Tommy Elliott and James Tutt, the official said. Government. Andy Basher said Elliot, the bank's senior vice president, was one of his closest friends.