Police said a person opened fire at a bowling alley in Rockford, Illinois on Saturday night, killing three and injuring three.
The police said on Twitter that the suspect was detained. Rockford Police Chief Daniel O’Shea said that among the injured, some of the teenagers were teenagers. He added that there are no further details.
The motivation is unknown, but O’Shea said: “We think it’s random.”
The person in charge emphasized that investigators are still working to determine what happened to Don Carter Lanes. Police said the shooting occurred inside and outside the building.
It is not clear why people are in the venue, and the venue should be closed due to pandemic restrictions. National regulations say: “Bowling alleys should be closed.”
Don Carter Lanes has a restaurant called Shooter’s Bar & Grill. According to the National Weather Service (National Weather Service) data, Illinois restrictions stipulate that bars and restaurants can be opened outdoors from 6 am to 11 pm.
The police called the incident an “active shooter investigation,” and O’Shea said the situation was brought under control later that night.
He said: “We believe that now we have included it.”
He said that although the three survivors had no conditions, they were receiving treatment for injuries.
Don Carter Lanes said on Facebook: “Please pray.”