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Market Basket, other shops downwind closed after a person fired a gun in the parking lot, officials say



The Market Basket and other shops downwind are closed after a person fires a gun in the parking lot of the square. >> Download the free WMUR app. The first call to the emergency officers came as a possible shot in the parking lot. All stores in Market Basket square on Lee have been asked to lock, the source said. Lee Police Chief Tom Dronsfield told WMUR that an armed person fired a lap in the Market Basket Plaza parking lot on Route 125 and the police are staying at the scene. Gordon Pike, a manager of the Market Basket, told WMUR that the store was closed. He stressed that the armed person was not in the store and that the police were dealing with the situation in the parking lot. Tammy Fournier, manager of the New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet in Lee, told WMUR that their store was also closed and confirmed that there was no shooter in store. She said the shop had closed since about 1

2:15 p.m. A source told WMUR that a man was in the parking lot near a truck with a gun. A command post has been set up in the emergency center across the street. The SWAT team and an armored ‘Bearcat’ vehicle are on site. Route 125 is open in the area, but Market Basket is closed. This is breaking news. Look forward to updates.

The Market Basket and other shops downwind are closed after a person fires a gun in the plaza parking lot.

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The first call to emergency officers came as a possible shooting incident in the parking lot, a source said.

All stores on Market Basket in Lee have been asked to close, the source said.

Lee Police Chief Tom Dronsfield told WMUR that an armed person fired a lap in the Market Basket Plaza parking lot on Route 125. The police stay at the scene.

Gordon Pike, Manager at Market Basket, told WMUR that the store was closed. He stressed that the armed person was not in the store and that the police were dealing with the situation in the parking lot.

Tammy Fournier, manager of the New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet in Lee, told WMUR that their store was also closed and confirmed there was no shooter in store. She said the shop had closed since about 12:15 p.m.

A source told WMUR that a man was in the parking lot near a truck with a gun.

A command post has been set up in the emergency center across the street.

The SWAT team and a Bearcat armored vehicle are on site.

Route 125 is open in the area, but the market basket square is closed.

This is breaking news. Look forward to updates.


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