Transcript for Police bodycam captures officers' deadly shootout with Aurora shooter
to newly released images tonight of the deadly warehouse shooting in Aurora, Illinois. Five people killed. Authorities revealing the moment police confront the gunman, who then opens fire on them. Here's ABC's Alex Perez. Reporter: Tonight, our first look at the harrowing moments when authorities come face-to-face with an armed gunman who had already killed five people. The shooter in a white shirt seen pacing back and forth inside a foyer. As officers attempt to approach, the cold-blooded killer opens fire. Officers scrambling for cover. Aurora has an active shooter situation. One officer is reported down at this time, active shots being fired. Reporter: The nerve-wracking ordeal, back in February, playing out for more than 90 minutes. The gunman later identified as 45-year-old Gary martin, a disgruntled employee who was about to get fired. Martin appears to be waiting for officers to ambush them. He repeatedly pulls the trigger. Officers outside firing back. S.W.A.T. Teams in armed vehicles eventually storm the building, with shields and long guns in hands. Police enter the building. The gunman killed in a shootout with officers. David, investigators say the gunman fired 64 rounds at those arriving officers. Five of those officers were injured, but thankfully, survived. David? Alex Perez tonight. Alex, thank you.
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