Winchester Walmart Shooting: Manhunt after shots fired at Walmart in Winchester, TN

Police investigate shooting near Walmart on Decherd Blvd - Active hunt for suspect who fled the scene in a car with one flat tire

Winchester Walmart Shooting Investigations – Law enforcement agencies in Winchester, Tennessee are investigating a shots fired report near the Walmart Thursday evening. According to reports, law enforcement is actively searching for a suspect who they said fired multiple shots at the Walmart store located at 2675 Decherd Blvd, Winchester, TN.

According to reports, the suspect identified only as a male fled the scene in a vehicle with a flat tire. The unnamed suspect reportedly fired multiple shots near the store area before fleeing the scene. Police are currently searching for the suspect. Residents have been urged to stay away from the scene area as the suspect is armed and should be considered dangerous.

This is a developing story….

ALSO READ: Shooting at Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore

Three people were shot early Monday morning in the Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore, and one of them later died. Police are currently seeking those responsible. On Monday morning, residents of a West Baltimore neighborhood were awakened by the sounds of rapid gunfire caused by three separate shootings.

Shot Spotter alerted authorities to the shooting on North Dukeland Street shortly before 1 a.m., as reported by the police. The police then discovered three gunshot victims in an alley off Oakhurst Place, roughly a block distant. A man, age 22, was shot in the head and later died from his wounds.

Two females, ages 21 and 17, suffered injuries that were not life-threatening. Ward claimed that she was out walking her dog when she suddenly became paralyzed with fear and panic. Detectives from the city’s homicide unit are looking into a triple shooting and are urging anyone with information to call either 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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