Two people died and one was injured after a suspect opened fired inside a Burlington Coat Factory in North Hollywood on Thursday.
The suspect is in custody.
LAPD News: Around 11:45 am there was a shooting at a business near Victory Bl & Laurel Canyon. This is NOT an active shooter. Suspect is in custody. More information to follow.
— LAPD PIO (@LAPDPIO) December 23, 2021
TRENDING: EXCLUSIVE SMOKING GUN: Lawsuit Reveals Fulton County 2020 Absentee Ballot Results Were Physically Impossible and Files Were Modified
According to reports, a man with a crowbar came into the store and began bashing display cases. Shortly afterward, shots were fired.
Two people died and another was injured following a shooting inside a Burlington store in North Hollywood, authorities said.
The incident happened just before noon on Thursday at the store located near the intersection of Laurel Canyon and Victory Boulevard.
Police say two people were shot on the second floor of the store, where officers have since placed one person in custody.
The identities of the deceased were not immediately released, with authorities describing them as a man and a woman.
The Los Angeles Fire Department told Eyewitness News that a third person, a woman, was transported to a local hospital due to trauma.
Authorities provided an update on the fatal shooting: