Transcript for 4 killed in Kansas City bar shooting
We want to start with breaking news. A shooting in a Kansas City bar leaving four people dead. Others rushed to the hospital. ABC's Stephanie Ramos is here with the very latest. Stephanie, good morning. Whit, this is all unfolding as we speak. Authorities are searching for a suspect. They say agents with the ATF are joining the investigation. Kansas City police say a man entered a bar on 10th and central avenue overnight opening fire, killing four people. At least nine people were shot. Authorities say the five who were injured are in stable condition. Detectives are working to collect any surveillance video as they try to figure out what happened. Again, guys, no one in custody at this time. We'll be following this throughout the day. Stephanie Ramos, thank you. We want to bring in ABC news consultant, ex FBI agent Brad Garrett. Good morning, Brad. Good morning. This investigation is just starting. The police are waiting to get into the bar. No suspect as you heard Stephanie mention in custody. What are police doing to I.D. The shooter? Two things. One, interviewing the people that survived at or near the bar. The second is to pull all the surveillance video in the bar, outside the bar and the surrounding streets. Obviously the shooter arrived in a car or walked. The combination of the two may give them a piece of information. Additionally in these types of shootings it's not uncommon for people to call in. They may be dealing with tips as to who the shooter might be. Historically shooters don't flee the scene of mass shootings. What does this tell investigators about this particular shooter? May be a different motive. If you look at mass shootings across the board, a large percentage either shoot themselves or the police shoot them. Nikolas Cruz at parkland was an example of somebody who fled the scene. We'll have to see what his motive is. Clearly the shooting and then escaped. May be a whole different mindset potentially as to what drove him to commit the shooting. Brad Garrett, thank you this morning.
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