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5 dead, multiple injured after downtown Louisville bank shooting

Here is everything we know about the mass shooting at the Old National Bank which has left five people dead.

Sarah Magin, Joseph Garcia

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Published: 9:20 AM EDT April 10, 2023
Updated: 4:23 PM EDT April 12, 2023

Multiple people are dead and several others injured following a mass shooting at the Old National Bank in downtown Louisville early Monday morning.

Louisville Metro Police said five people are dead and several others were injured. Police said the 25-year-old shooter is also dead.

According to LMPD Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel, the shooter purchased the rifle used in the shooting legally from a local gun dealership.

The department released police body camera footage Tuesday afternoon.

A community-wide vigil will be held on Wednesday in downtown Louisville to honor the victims.

A family assistance center for anyone impacted by the mass shooting has been set up at the Kentucky International Convention Center at the 3rd and Market Street entrance.

Old National Bank's CEO Jim Ryan said "no words" can describe the sadness and devastation the company is experiencing.

“Our entire focus is on making sure that everyone affected has the support and assistance they need,” he said. “On behalf of everyone at Old National, I also want to acknowledge and thank Louisville law enforcement, the medical community and state and local officials for their incredible response to this tragedy. And finally, we ask you to please continue to pray for all those affected.”

Ryan and other members of the bank's leadership team have been in Louisville supporting those impacted by the mass shooting.

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