UPDATE: Police release new details about Costco shooting, officer injured

FOXNEWS.COM:

CORONA, Calif. – The Latest on a shooting inside a Southern California Costco store (all times local):

An off-duty Los Angeles police officer who was injured in a deadly shooting inside a Costco Wholesale store has been treated for minor injuries and released from a hospital.

Los Angeles police Officer Greg Kraft said Saturday he did not know the nature of the officer’s injury.

The article goes on to state the following:

Corona Police Lt. Jeff Edwards says the suspect was arguing with someone when he pulled out a gun and killed the man. Police detained the suspect, who told officers he had been injured and was taken to a hospital. It was not clear how the suspect was injured.

A third person was also taken to a hospital with injuries. Names of the injured and suspect were not released by Corona police.

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