Darby, PA — Police are searching for a gunman who they say fired shots inside of a Walmart store in Delaware County Sunday morning. Cops were called to the scene around 8:30 a.m. — 50 North MacDade Blvd.
According to police, the suspect fired at an employee during a dispute over a video game. The employee was not struck and no one was injured.
WPVI reported: SWAT and a several dozen officers swarmed a home on the 400 block of Main Street in Darby Borough where the suspect reportedly lives. Police used the suspect’s phone to trace him to the Darby location, according to investigators.
For hours, officers tried to get the suspect to come out of the home, but police now believe the suspect fled before they got there.
Chief Sousa with Darby Twp says the suspect is still at large, *armed and possibly dangerous.* Police say he argued with a Walmart employee this morning – possibly over a video game sale – and fired one shot before fleeing. Employee was not hurt. @6abc pic.twitter.com/BUFCtWiGLG
— Trish Hartman (@TrishHartman) February 14, 2021
The suspect, who is considered armed and dangerous, has not been identified.
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