The gunman was later identified as Omar Enrique Santa Perez, 29.
A gunman dressed in a business suit opened fire inside a bank in downtown Cincinnati early on Thursday, killing three people and wounding others before being shot and killed by police, authorities said.
Though the scene was announced as secure at about 9:15 am, the circumstances surrounding the shooting were unclear, and police said they are trying to determine a motive.
The video also showed Santa Perez walking quickly past a security turnstile just as he was shot by police officers who fired through a plate glass window.
The officers were wearing body cameras.
"It is all too clear that we have to do more in OH to address the gun violence affecting communities across the state", said a statement from the OH chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense. "And then we came into picture after that - his friends", said Yash Yeddulapalll, who said he roomed with Kandepi in college in India and was his friend for eight years. Local police shot dead the gunman later.
The gunman then entered the bank's lobby and continued to shoot.
In a 911 call, a woman can be heard telling an emergency dispatcher that she's locked in a bathroom with others. She added, "How do you tell parents who live 10,000 miles away that they will never see their son again because of a senseless shooting in a foreign country?"
A 25-year-old bank consultant from Tenali in Guntur district was shot dead in a shoot out in the headquarters of the Fifth Third Bank near Foundation Square in Downtown Cincinnati in United State, reports reaching here said.
In the family statement, Whitney Austin said she is still processing events and the impact of the shooting to all the victims and the community. All four treated at the hospital suffered from gunshot wounds, she said.
"Horrific, grotesque and unacceptable", he said.
Jaenetta Cook, who manages a bakery on the first floor, said she hurried to lock the door after the first two shots. I've spoken with the Mayor and informed him the state will provide any necessary resources to the local police.
Officials with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office said they were searching the home of the gunman in North Bend, Ohio, according to WLWT.
Isaac said Perez was armed with a Taurus 9 mm handgun that investigators believe he legally purchased from a local gun store on August 2.
A photo of the pistol alleged to be used by suspect Omar Enrique Santa Perez is displayed during a news conference, September 7, 2018, in Cincinnati.