Suspect in Louisville Mass Shooting Identified as Former Bank Employee

[Photo Credit: by Tony Webster]

According to new reports, the shooter in the bank robbery in Louisville was a 25-year-old man named Connor Sturgeon, who had been working at the bank since 2018.

According to Sturgeon’s LinkedIn page, he began working at Old National Bank in the capacity of an intern in May of 2018 and remained in that role until August of 2020, after which he began working there full-time in June of 2021.

At least four people were murdered, including one law enforcement officer, when a shooter opened fire inside a bank in downtown Louisville, and the perpetrator of the attack was also slain at the site.

It is not known if the shooter was stopped by police officials or whether he shot himself.

In addition to that, they stated that there had been a total of eight persons injured, two of whom are in critical condition, one of which is a police officer.

A friend apparently received a text message from Sturgeon just before the incident in which he stated that “he was feeling suicidal and would shoot up the bank.”

It also appears that the shooter broadcast the incident on Instagram Live.

The incident occurred at the Old National Bank, which is located on East Main street, not far from the Louisille Slugger Field and the Waterfront Park.

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