Updated: Market Basket in Lee and Other Stores on Lockdown After Gunfire in Parking Lot
Market Basket in Lee and other stores in that same plaza, off Route 125 in lockdown after a person fired shots in the parking lot, according to a story from WMUR.
The report says that Lee Police Chief Tom Dronsfield said that an armed person fired a round in the parking lot and police remain at the scene. The Manager of the Market Basket told WMUR that the store is on lockdown. The armed person is not in the store and police are dealing with the situation in the parking lot.
According to the report, a SWAT team and Bearcat will arrive soon.
Gordon Falt, 27, believed to be from Bar Harbor, Maine was taken in to custody, according to WMUR, after he turned himself into SWAT officers. No one was hurt.
Thank goodness no one was hurt! How scary for everyone involved. I go to that particular Market Basket all the time, as do so many others. We will keep you updated on any other information on this story.
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