WalMart shooting: Motive a mystery

WalMart shooting: Authorities have arrested a WalMart employee after she allegedly shot a co-worker in a Wisconsin store. The shooting occurred Wednesday morning.

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    A worker collects shopping carts in the parking lot at Wal-Mart, in July, in Bristol, Pa. One Wal-Mart employee shot another in the liquor section of a Wisconsin store on Wednesday. The suspect was arrested.
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A 56-year-old woman who works at the Neenah Walmart is in critical condition after being shot in the store's liquor section.

Police arrested a 46-year-old Greenville woman who also works at the store. Officers recovered a handgun at the scene.

No customers were in the liquor section when the shooting happened around 11:15 a.m. Wednesday.

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The victim, who's a clerk in the liquor section, was taken by ambulance to Theda Clark Medical Center. Police say she was shot once in the torso.

A hospital spokeswoman says the victim is in critical condition. Her name was not released.

Neenah Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson says authorities have not determined what led to the shooting.

A Walmart spokeswoman tells Post-Crescent Media both women are cashiers.

Police think the women knew each other.


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