1 dead, 4 wounded in shooting at Bryan business, person in custody
The shooting reportedly happened at Kent Moore Cabinets just before 2:30 p.m.
BRYAN, Texas — Correction: An earlier version of this story said the suspect was in custody, but a law enforcement spokesperson with Bryan Industrial Park said a person was in custody. They didn't confirm whether or not the person was the suspect.
One person is dead and four people were injured following a shooting that happened at a Bryan business Thursday afternoon, the Bryan Police Department said.
The shooting reportedly happened at the Kent Moore Cabinets warehouse, 501 Industrial Blvd., just before 2:30 p.m., police said.
Someone reportedly showed up with a gun and opened fire in the business, Bryan police said during a news conference around 5 p.m.
Bryan police said only four people were shot and transported to the hospital. The fifth person who was injured went to the hospital for an asthma attack, police said.
One of the people who was shot later died, police said.
A manhunt was underway shortly after the shooting, police said. As a precaution, they set up and secured the area around the Brazos County Industrial Park with College Station Police.
A person was taken into police custody, but wasn't confirmed whether or not they are the suspect in this shooting.
At this time, it isn't known what motivated the shooting.
“Right now we feel that the scene is safe” lieutenant James said. No motive has been confirmed yet. @KAGSnews pic.twitter.com/RUflx6n24w — Jacob (@JacobReyesDFW) April 8, 2021