Man shoots woman to death in Ocala Walmart, still at large

Man shoots woman to death in Ocala Walmart, still at large

Man shoots woman to death in Ocala Walmart, still at large

It happened Saturday afternoon at a store on east Silver Springs Boulevard.

Police say a Walmart employee attempted to intervene in the dispute and called 911.

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The suspect, who is 55, fled on a bicycle and was caught. He was alive when he was taken to the hospital.

Scotty Ballard told the Ocala Star-Banner that Cronin was his roommate and that Johnson and Cronin had dated for about nine months but weren't now together. The man wanted to get back together while the woman did not, the woman's roommate, Scotty Ballard, told the newspaper. Authorities said Cronin was shot multiple times. He said the victim and the suspect dated for about nine months but were now apart and had been arguing all day. Witnesses said the woman was arguing with a man and cried out for help before he shot her and fled the scene.

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The Ocala Star-Banner reports that the woman and the shooter had been dating for nine months, but had recently broken up.

No details about the woman have been released by police, who were trying to reach her relatives.

The shooting occurred during an apparent domestic dispute in the garden section of a Walmart store in Ocala, which is north of Orlando.

A SWAT team surrounded a home a few miles (kilometres) away a short time later and evacuated neighbours before Johnson was found inside with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to authorities.

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