Suspect Shot In Hostage Situation At Texas Wal-Mart

Police in Amarillo, Texas, called it a "workplace violence situation."
Suspect Shot In Hostage Situation At Texas Wal-Mart

On Tuesday, police in Amarillo, Texas, responded to a hostage situation at a Wal-Mart.

The Amarillo Police Department said on Twitter the hostage-taker is believed dead after being shot by police. The department also said all of the hostages were safe.

The Randall County Sheriff's Office said at least one person had a gun at the scene and that it was considered a "workplace violence" situation.

Officials haven't confirmed if anyone other than the suspect was injured.

This video includes clips from KRNV and KVII.

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