DEVELOPING: One Dead, 2 Injured in Long Island Grocery Store Shooting; Shooter at Large

Suspected shooter Gabriel DeWitt Wilson

One person is dead and 2 are injured after a man opened fire at a “Stop and Shop” grocery store in Long Island, New York on Tuesday.

Nassau County Police are looking for 30-year-old Gabriel DeWitt Wilson last seen wearing a black baseball hat and black sweatshirt fleeing a Stop and Shop after shooting 3 people.

It is unclear if the victims were targeted for a specific reason.

One 49-year-old man was killed and two others were taken to local hospitals according to reports.

The identities of the victims were not yet released.

NBC New York reported:

A man wearing all black walked into an upstairs office area of a Long Island Stop & Shop late Tuesday morning and shot three people, killing one of them, in the town of West Hempstead before fleeing the scene, Nassau County police officials say.

Authorities are actively looking for 30-year-old Gabriel DeWitt Wilson, a man they describe as being a person of interest in the shooting but stopped short of calling him a suspect. They say he fled the area after the shooting and remains at large. He is believed to have had a small handgun. Earlier, a senior law enforcement official said he may have hopped on a bus to escape. Wilson was last seen heading west.

DEVELOPING…please check back for updates.

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