US police have managed to identify a suspect in a ten-time murder in Colorado at the King Soopers supermarket, in the Table Mesa neighbourhood of Boulder City. The authorities there revealed today that the suspect is a 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Aliss.
US authorities have managed to identify a suspect in a 10-fold first-degree murder who carried out a shooting rampage in Boulder, Colorado, in a supermarket there. The news was announced at a press conference by local police chief Maris Harold. It is also known that the suspect Alissa was shot in the leg, but his health condition is stable. He is housed in a local hospital, and this afternoon he will also be released from medical care, the New York Post reports.
However, the authorities have still not been able to pinpoint the motive for this horrific act, as an investigation into the incident is still in its infancy. It is also known that Alissa is the only suspect so far, and he was not an acquaintance of the police before the shooting. Today, authorities plan to transfer him to a prison in Boulder County. The suspect had also already spoken to investigators, but declined to elaborate on details. It is also known that the authorities asked anyone who would possess any information to share it with the FBI.
Moreover, ten victims of the shooting, including Officer Eric Talley, were identified at the press conference. Their ages were between 20 and 65 years old. Authorities have promised a thorough trial and a thorough investigation of the case. And for the deceased police officer it is known that he has heroically sacrificed himself for those who came shopping and merely wanted to live their lives. The local police chief wished sincere condolences to the relatives of the deceased.