Buffalo mayor says alleged shooter traveled “hours from outdoors” the town to assault grocery store

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Pictures)

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tweeted stated she is “carefully monitoring” the capturing on the Tops grocery retailer in Buffalo.

“I’m carefully monitoring the capturing at a grocery retailer in Buffalo. We’ve supplied help to native officers. In case you are in Buffalo, please keep away from the world and observe steerage from regulation enforcement and native officers,” she stated.

Senate Majority Chief “actively monitoring” scenario: Sen. Chuck Schumer stated he’s “actively monitoring the scenario with the grocery retailer capturing in Buffalo. We’re standing with the individuals of Buffalo. In case you’re in Buffalo, please observe the steerage of native regulation enforcement.”

Native congressman reacts: Rep. Brian Higgins, a Democrat who represents components of Erie and Niagara counties in New York’s 26th District, stated he was “horrified” by the capturing and that his workplace was involved with authorities to supply “any federal assist essential.”

NY legal professional normal calls capturing “tragic”: New York Lawyer Basic Letitia James stated in a tweet that “all of New York is with Buffalo after this tragic mass capturing” and suggested individuals to avoid the world.

Niagara District council member says he’s “horrified”: Niagara District council member David Rivera reacting to Saturday’s mass capturing at a Buffalo grocery store posted the next assertion on Fb: “I’m completely horrified by the information of a mass capturing in Buffalo. My coronary heart and condolences exit to the sufferer’s households.”

Stefanik “praying for complete neighborhood”: New York Rep. and chair of the Home Republican Convention Elise Stefanik tweeted that she is “very saddened to listen to the tragic information of fellow NYers in Buffalo. We’re praying for the whole neighborhood and regulation enforcement right now. 🙏”

Buffalo Metropolis Council member feels “illness”: Buffalo Metropolis Council member Joseph Golombek reacted to the Tops grocery store assault on Fb: “I cannot put into phrases the illness I really feel over this mindless act of violence and lack of lives in our metropolis. My condolences to the households.”

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