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Offbeat Cincinnati police release footage of gunman 'firing shots at anyone he sees'

18:30  08 september  2018
18:30  08 september  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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Police have released security footage of the gunman who killed three people in a Cincinnati office on Thursday, " firing shots at anyone he sees .” The Cincinnati Police Department released security footage from inside the lobby of the Fifth Third Bancorp headquarters in downtown Cincinnati from

Police have released security footage of the gunman who killed three people in a Cincinnati office on Thursday " firing shots at anyone he sees .”

a group of people walking down a street next to a car: The authorities responded to a shooting at the Fifth Third building in downtown Cincinnati on Thursday morning.© John Minchillo/Associated Press The authorities responded to a shooting at the Fifth Third building in downtown Cincinnati on Thursday morning.

Police have released security footage of the gunman who killed three people in a Cincinnati office on Thursday "firing shots at anyone he sees.”

The Cincinnati Police Department released security footage from inside the lobby of the Fifth Third Bancorp headquarters in downtown Cincinnati from Thursday. Authorities also released body camera footage from the incident.

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Police have released security footage of the gunman who killed three people in a Cincinnati office on Thursday " firing shots at anyone he sees .” The Cincinnati Police Department released security footage from inside the lobby of the Fifth Third Bancorp headquarters in downtown Cincinnati from

The gunman could be seen taking " shots at anyone he sees ," Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said in a press conference Friday. He fired 35 rounds during the shooting , but while exchanging gunfire with police , his firearm malfunctioned and jammed, according to the police chief.

The footage showed Omar Enrique Santa Perez, 29, walking in the lobby with his gun held up. Police said Santa Perez was carrying a briefcase containing hundreds of rounds of ammunition over his shoulder. A security officer was seen helping people get to a safe location as the gunman was “firing shots at anyone he sees,” Police Chief Eliot Isaac said on Friday.

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Body camera footage from the officers showed them approaching the gunman. The footage showed the officers shooting through the glass of the lobby. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported officers fired 11 shots, taking out the gunman.

"You could see in the video ... the guy is shooting at the cops," Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said. "[You can see] them not being afraid and engaging and ending it."

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footage of the shooting released by the Cincinnati Police Department showed Santa-Perez indiscriminately shooting at any person he saw ,[9] and the gunman was later shot " Cincinnati police release bodycam footage of cop firing through window, gunning down mass shooter at bank".

Cincinnati police release footage of gunman ' Firing shots at anyone he sees '. Scenes of victims and first responders performing medical procedures were redacted from the video. A woman who was hiding behind a desk in the lobby is also seen coming out as officers secured the

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Isaac said the officers “engaged the shooter within three and a half minutes of the first 911 call.”

He said police later found Santa Perez’s gun had jammed during the four-minute rampage. He said the gunman bought the 9mm handgun legally about a month ago.

Authorities were still working to determine why Santa Perez opened fire inside the lobby of the building where he never worked or had any known connection. Isaac said the gunman’s mental health history is one of the several areas they are investigating.

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Santa Perez had been in Cincinnati since at least 2015, police said. Before that he lived in South Carolina and Florida.

The three people killed in the shooting were identified as bank employee Luis Calderon, 48, Richard Newcomer, 64, a contractor and Pruthvi Raj Kandepi, 25, an engineer who worked as a consultant for the bank.

Cranley praised the officers who confronted and took down the shooter.

"If he had gotten on the elevator, gone up to a floor, if he had been there earlier or a little bit longer, many more people would have been killed," Cranley said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Mother shot 12 times in Cincinnati bank is home from hospital .
Whitney Austin, who was shot inside the Fifth Third Bancorp headquarters, was released from the hospital on Tuesday.Whitney Austin, 37, was discharged Tuesday from UC Medical Center five days after suspected gunman Omar Enrique Santa Perez opened fire inside the Fifth Third Bancorp headquarters, killing three people and wounding two others before he was fatally shot by police.

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