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Murder Suicide In Oklahoma Walmart Parking Lot
Family members identified the shooter as Yayo Varela Jr. who allegedly opened fire outside the Walmart in Duncan at 10am Monday, killing his wife, Becky Vescio, and her boyfriend Aubrey Perkins in their car. A witness claimed the shooter fired nine rounds into the car before fatally shooting himself when an armed citizen intervened. Officers with the Duncan Police Department arrived to find all three victims dead.
Authorities have yet to release the names of any of the victims, but loved ones identified Varela Jr and Vescio in Facebook posts.
Family members at the scene said the shooting was sparked by a domestic dispute between Varela Jr and Vescio, but didn't go into further details.
Aerial video shows cops investigating red vehicle with bullet holes on windshield. An investigation into what motivated the attack is ongoing.
The shooting came months after gunman killed 22 people in a Walmart in El Paso. In wake of that shooting, along with an Ohio shooting, Walmart announced that customers would be banned from openly carrying firearms inside its stores.
Oklahoma attack also comes just hours after 4 were killed in Fresno, California.