Mouth mask quarrel ends in deadly shootings in supermarket

A fight about wearing a face mask in a supermarket in the American city of Decatur was the reason for a deadly shooting on Monday. The shooting killed a cashier, three people were injured.

The suspect, Victor Lee Tucker, was argued by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation with a cashier over a face mask when he wanted to take care of his groceries. After the fight, Tucker left the store without buying anything. When he had been outside, the 30-year-old man came back into the store, grabbed his gun and started shooting at the woman he had a collision with earlier.

A store security guard got into gunfight with Tucker, causing both men to hurt. Two cops summoned were able to arrest Tucker when he wanted to crawl out through the front door.

The cashier has been transferred to the hospital, where she died not long after the shooting. A second cashier has also been hit by a bullet. She was treated to her injuries on site.

The 30-year-old shooter is in the hospital, his condition is stable.