Video has emerged purporting to show Andre Bing — the suspected gunman behind this week’s shooting at a Walmart in Virginia — at work and laughing with co-workers.
The video went viral on social media after a person posted it on Facebook claiming to work with Bing.
Chesapeake, Virginia Walmart gunman gives phone manifesto: Report
In the footage, Bing can be seen talking to fellow Walmart employees. She is seen using the phone’s front camera to narrate the story of driving as a woman film. Bing then walks out of frame to see him being recorded.
It is unclear when the video was taken, but the clip was reportedly uploaded to Facebook on Tuesday.
“Boy you sick AF and it’s crazy I got so many videos with you,” Draiya Janay, who posted the video, wrote in a Facebook post. “You killed people very close to me over there. I never thought you would do something like that… This is the manager who did it!! Rot in hell MF.”
Bing was identified by Chesapeake City officials As the gunman is believed to have killed six people, he turned the pistol on himself before police told him.
Walmart says it’s ‘shocked’ by Chesapeake store shooting
Bing was an “overnight team lead and has been with us since 2010,” the company said in a statement to Fox News Digital on Wednesday. The 31-year-old from Chesapeake was “armed with a handgun and had multiple magazines,” according to the city.
Walmart said in a statement, “While details of the tragic incident at our Chesapeake, Virginia, store are still emerging, authorities have confirmed multiple deaths.” The accused gunman has been named Andre Bing. We can confirm that he was a Walmart associate.”
The chaos ended when the gunman, who was armed with a pistol, turned the weapon on himself, police said. He is believed to have died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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A law enforcement source told the local outlet WAVY 10 that bing He had a written manifesto on his phone. Fox News has not yet confirmed the report with the Chesapeake Police Department.
The contents of the alleged documents have not been released to the public.