Two Men Shot at Wichita Falls Gun Store [UPDATED]
UPDATE (11/19/15 3:19 PM): According to WFPD SGT. Bill Henning, 64-year-old Gary Barlow, the owner of Texoma Armory gun store, is in serious condition and is currently in surgery.
The suspect who was shot has been identified as 22-year-old Charles Johnson. Johnson has been placed under arrest for aggravated robbery and remains guarded in the hospital in fair condition.
Three individuals have been detained by police from an apartment off Professional Dr. A vehicle was impounded and police are awaiting a search warrant for the vehicle.
There are no security cameras at the gun shop.
Wichita Falls police are searching for one suspect after two men were shot at Texoma Armory gun store at 4701 Southwest Parkway this morning.
According to police, the shooting happened around 10:48 am. Two suspects entered the store and exchanged gunfire with the owner of the gun store, Gary Barlow. Barlow and one black male suspect were both shot in the upper torso. Both Barlow and the suspect were taken to the hospital and their conditions are unknown at this time.
A second suspect got away in a gold or silver four-door sedan carrying two men - one possibly wearing a black ball cap with writing on it and the other wearing a black face mask and sunglasses. The men are reportedly carrying an AR-15-style rifle with a scope.
WFISD schools in the area were originally placed on red alert, however, WFPD has since given the all clear and all WFISD schools will resume their regular schedules.
We'll update this story as more information becomes available.