Gunman killed after open firing inside Walmart in Indiana, police say

At least one person was shot and wounded at a Walmart in southern Indiana on Thursday night when a former employee opened fire inside the store, police said. The

gunman was ultimately killed in a minuteslong shootout with police.MORE: Virginia Walmart mass shooting: Survivors and witnesses speak out The incident unfolded just

before 10 p.m. local time at the Walmart in the West Side neighborhood of Evansville, a riverside city about 180 miles southwest of Indianapolis. The suspect -- identified as

25-year-old Ronald Ray Mosley II -- allegedly walked into the store and began shooting, according to the Evansville Police Department. Officers were quickly deployed to

the scene and immediately entered the Walmart looking for the gunman, as people tried to hide or flee. It was unknown how many people were inside the store at the time and how

many of them were shot at, police said. Seven Evansville Police officers and one Vanderburgh County Sheriff's deputy exchanged gunfire with the suspect both inside and

outside the store, in multiple different areas, though the exact number of rounds was unclear, according to police. "Multiple times he was actually shooting at officers

before they were actually able to shoot him," Sgt. Anna Gray of the Evansville Police Department said at a press conference late Thursday. "At this time, we don't believe there

are any other suspects involved in this."MORE: Virginia Walmart mass shooting: Store to close for the 'foreseeable future' The suspect was pronounced dead inside the

store. The entire incident lasted about 15 minutes and no officers were injured, according to police.