2 suspects hospitalized after shooting at Colerain Township Kroger

Two suspects were hospitalized after a shooting at a Kroger store in Colerain Township, Ohio. The incident occurred around 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, at the Northgate Kroger located on Springdale Road and Colerain Avenue. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that there was an active shooter situation at the store, but later announced that the threat was no longer active.

According to police, an officer shot at least one of the suspects involved. The conditions of the two suspects who were hospitalized are currently unknown. It is not clear who shot the other suspect. The identities of the two suspects have not been released.

Micah Lewis, a Kroger employee, described the incident as initially sounding like fireworks inside the store, but quickly realizing it was something more serious. Lewis said they saw a man pointing a gun and immediately ran for safety. The incident caused panic and fear among store employees and customers.

Multiple police agencies responded to the shooting, and the store is currently in lockdown mode as the investigation continues. Further updates on the conditions of the suspects and any potential motive for the shooting are pending.