Gunman kills 10 in racially motivated shooting at Buffalo grocery store
(Reuters) – An 18-year-old white gunman shot and killed 10 people and injured three others at a grocery store in a black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, before turning himself in to authorities, who labeled it a felony crime. hatred and acts of “racially motivated violent extremism”. Authorities said the suspect, who was armed with an assault rifle and appeared to have acted alone, traveled to Buffalo from his home in New York County “a few hours away” to target the store during the an attack he had broadcast on the Internet. When confronted by officers in a vestibule of the store, the suspect held a gun to his own neck, but they convinced him to drop the gun and turn himself in, the commissioner said. Buffalo Police Department Joseph Gramaglia at a press briefing.