Latest Updates Shooting In Buffalo New York 2022: 10 people were killed in a Buffalo supermarket today. Here's what we know

Ten people were killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday by a suspect in tactical gear, law enforcement officials said during a news conference

How the attack happened: Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said the suspect went to the Top Friendly Markets store around 2:30 p.m.

ET. Wearing tactical gear, he shot four people in the parking lot, Gramaglia said, and then went inside the store, where a security guard caught him

Gramaglia said the suspect shot and killed the guard and then "continued to work his way through the shop

About the victims: A total of 13 people were shot, 10 of them killed, officials said on Saturday. Four of those who were shot were shop workers, including security guards

According to Gramaglia, 11 of the 13 victims are black while two are white

There is a hate crime investigation: The FBI said Saturday's mass shooting in Buffalo is being investigated as a hate crime. Officials did not elaborate

At a news conference, special agent in charge of the FBI Buffalo Field Office, Stephen Belongia, said, "We will bring all the resources of the federal government to bear on this matter

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