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Multiple dead after shooting at Molson Coors in Milwaukee

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Six people including the suspect are dead after a shooting spree at Molson Coors this afternoon.

Gathering information from various sources, police responded to the Molson Coors campus at 4115 W. State St. a little after 2 pm. Roads and nearby businesses and schools were locked down after the active shooter report.

Employees were notified by email that an active shooter was in or near the second-floor stairwell of Building 4. According to police, nearly 1000 people were working at the facility at the time of the incident.

According to an inter-office memo from the CEO Gavin Hattersley, the shooter who is now deceased was an active brewery employee.

The scene was finally declared safe at 4:47 pm CST by the Milwaukee Police.

Update 6:30 pm CDT: Per Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales, there is no other threat at this time. At 2:08, police responded to a shooting at Molson Coors Brewery. Officers found a 51-year-old brewery employee deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. 5 additional employees have been found deceased on scene. No other injuries have been reported.

Update 2/27, 3pm: The shooter has been identified as Anthony Ferrill.

According to a source with Molson, leadership is flying back to Milwaukee from Houston, where a conference was being held.

Developing Story. We are in contact with employees at Molson Coors and will have updates.