Indiana Walmart shooting ends with one person shot and two men in police custody

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() Indiana Walmart shooting ends with one man shot and two suspects in police custody as string of firearms-related crimes at the stores continues Authorities said the latest shooting took place around 3.50pm on Sunday at a Walmart store located at 2936 E. 79th Avenue in Hobart, Indiana Hobart Police said the shooting victim is in stable condition at a local hospital The store was evacuated after the incident Police said the scene is now secure and there is no ongoing threat to the public Two Walmart employees were fatally shot in Southaven, Mississippi on July 30 At least eight Walmart stores across the U.S. were subjected to shooting threats in the aftermath of the El Paso shooting 

By Chauncey Alcorn For Dailymail.com

Published: 02:33 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 02:33 BST, 2 September 2019

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Another shooting at a Walmart store in Hobart, Indiana ended with one man shot and his accused shooter in police custody along with a female accomplice on Sunday

Another shooting at a Walmart store in Hobart, Indiana ended with one man shot and his accused shooter in police custody along with a female accomplice on Sunday

Another shooting at a Walmart store in Hobart, Indiana ended with one man shot on Sunday and his accused shooter in police custody along with a female accomplice.

It's the second shooting in less than a year at the store, located at 2936 E. 79th Avenue in the Illinois border town about 36 miles southeast of Chicago.

Hobart Police told the Daily Mail via email that the violence stemmed from a personal altercation between the shooter and the victim, who knew each other, quelling fears of another politically-motivated El Paso, Texas Walmart-style mass shooting. 

'The Hobart Police Department wants to reiterate that there is no danger to the public and that this was an isolated incident between known parties,' Capt. Jim Gonzales said in an emailed statement. 'There is no active threat at this

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