Colorado shooting suspect moved for 'safety concerns'

Two police departments have placed the names of the victims of the Boulder Colorado King Soopers shooting on their vehicles

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa has been charged with 10 counts of murder and an attempted murder charge stemming from the rampage that killed 10 people at King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, some 28 miles (45 km) northwest of Denver.

Talley, a 51-year-old father of seven, was the first responding officer to the mass shooting at a Boulder grocery store earlier this month, which left 10 people dead. He has yet to enter pleas to the charges he faces, which include 10 counts of murder.

Alissa was briefly hospitalized after being shot in the leg in an exchange of gunfire with police during the Monday attack.

"Like the rest of the community, we want to know why".

But correctional officers there heard "rumblings" of threats against Alissa, so deputies took "proactive precautions" to ensure Alissa's safety by moving him to an undisclosed facility, Haverfield said.

Officials revealed that Alissa also had another firearm in his possession at the time of the shooting that he did not use - a 9mm handgun.

The decal is seen on this police vehicle
Boulder shooting suspect moved to undisclosed facility due to possible threats: Official

Alissa purchased the Ruger AR-556 pistol, a weapon that resembles a semi-automatic rifle, after passing a background check. He is being held without bail.

Eagles Nest Armory gun shop seen on March 24, 2021, in Arvada.

Asked whether authorities suspected any link to global terrorism, Dougherty said investigators were looking into all aspects of Alissa's background.

The city of Boulder encouraged people across the United States to pay silent tribute and hold a candle-lighting ceremony on Saturday night in memory of the victims of a mass shooting at a local supermarket last week. Regarding the firearm in question, a background check of the purchaser was conducted as required by Colorado law and approval of the sale was provided by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Mr Alissa appeared in court for the first time on Thursday, where his attorneys said they needed time to investigate the extent mental illness played a role.

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