- At approximately 6 pm local time, officers responded to a call regarding an active shooter who began firing in the food court at the Greenwood Park Mall in Greenwood, Indiana.
- A shooting Sunday evening at a shopping mall in an Indianapolis suburb left four people, including the shooter, dead and two others injured, according to local media.
- Greenwood Chief James Ison said in a press conference that “a good Samaritan with a handgun” at the mall killed the shooter. He said the two others who were wounded and are being treated in area hospitals.
It was later revealed that the good Samaritan was a 22-year-old man from Bartholomew County, had a legal gun permit and was fully cooperating with police.
- Police have only described the shooter as an adult male and added that he had a long rifle and several magazines of ammunition. According to authorities there is no ongoing threat.