Walmart manager who killed six ‘always had problems’ with colleagues

The Walmart gunman who opened fire in the break room of the Chesapeake store where he worked last night, killing six people before committing suicide, ‘always had a problem with staff’, according to survivors. 

Andre Bing, 31, opened fire in the breakroom of the Walmart in Sam’s Circuit, Chesapeake, at 10.12pm last night, where 14 employees had gathered for a pre-shift meeting. 

By 10.16pm, when the first cops entered the store, the gunman had killed himself and three others. 

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