(FOX NEWS) The alleged gunman in the deadly Colorado Walmart shooting was taken into custody on Thursday, hours after the suspect "nonchalantly" opened fire, killing three people in the store.
Scott Ostrem, 47, was taken into custody. Thornton police had issued a nationwide extradition homicide warrant and called him "armed and dangerous."
Ostrem allegedly walked into the Walmart in Thorton, a suburb north of Denver, just after 6 p.m. Wednesday and “nonchalantly” opened fire at the crowd of shoppers, according to police. Employees dashed to the back room and hid there when shots rang out. They then ran out of the back door about five to 10 minutes later, FOX31 Denver said.
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