Eden Prairie, MN (KROC-AM News) – Eden Prairie police say the young man who shut down a mall last night by killing himself used a gun he obtained of the store where the fatal shooting took place.

A news release says the inquest into the 19-year-old’s death found he asked an employee of the Scheels store at Eden Prairie Center if he could see a semi-automatic handgun in the store’s firearms department. The employee handed the unloaded gun to the man, who then ran to an archery area of ​​the store while loading the handgun.

Once he managed to load the gun, the young man fired a single shot and killed himself. Preliminary information indicates that he probably brought his own ammunition with him to the store.

The fatal incident prompted an evacuation of the store and a lockdown of the entire shopping complex as Eden Prairie police were initially unsure if it was a suicide or if a shooter was on the run inside the mall. The mall reopened today.

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