The motivation behind a gunman who killed three people and injured eight others in Colorado Springs on Thursday is still a mystery, but law enforcement and local media have a good idea of what motivated the gunman and how the gunman’s actions unfolded.
Police are investigating the motive for the shooting, which began with a domestic dispute that turned deadly and ended with a man firing a rifle into a crowd of people.
According to ABC News, law enforcement identified the shooter as a suspect in an armed robbery at a convenience store on Thursday night.
Authorities believe the suspect then used his own gun to shoot at the crowd, wounding eight people.
The suspect then left the scene.
The Associated Press reported that the gunman fired at least three times and was wounded at least four times.
A woman was struck by the gunfire, and a police officer was grazed.
Investigators are looking into the suspect’s possible connections to a domestic disturbance, according to ABC.
Police said that they are looking for two white men in their 20s and 30s who were in the area of 16th and High streets, but did not provide details.