Bodycam footage shows police officers assaulting the Cincinnati bank where a gunman killed four people last week

Officers rushed to the scene at Fifth Third Bank near Fountain Square on September 6 to respond to reports from a gunman

Bodycam footage shows police firing through windows and then assaulting the Cincinnati bank before firing at the 29-year-old dead gunman who had just killed three

  • Officers rushed to the scene at Fifth Third Bank near Fountain Square on September 6 to respond to reports from a gunman
  • The video shows the officer firing at the bank while they face Omar Santa Perez, 29
  • The video has been written not to include victims or any medical procedure performed for the first response

Dailymail.com Reporter

Police released images of the extended camera of their response to the Cincinnati bank, where a gunman killed three people and shot others last week.

Officers rushed to the scene at Fifth Third Bank near Fountain Square on September 6 to respond to reports of a gunman in the images published by the Cincinnati Police Department.

The video shows the officer firing at the bank while they face 29-year-old Omar Santa Perez.

Officers rushed to the scene at Fifth Third Bank near Fountain Square on September 6 to respond to reports from a gunman

Officers rushed to the scene at Fifth Third Bank near Fountain Square on September 6 to respond to reports from a gunman

The video shows the officer firing at the bank while they face Omar Santa Perez, 29

The video shows the officer firing at the bank while they face Omar Santa Perez, 29

The video shows the officer firing at the bank while they face Omar Santa Perez, 29

They rush to the side of the building and, the next moment, many fire their guns while responding to gunfire from inside the bank.

In the footage, the images of the victims and the medical procedures had been redacted.

County coroner Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco reported Tuesday on the findings of the Fifth Third Bank building autopsy on Thursday.

He added that the gunman who used a 9mm pistol fired standard bullets and hollow bullets, which often inflict more damage to the bodies.

In the images, the images of the victims and the medical procedures had been drafted

In the images, the images of the victims and the medical procedures had been drafted

In the images, the images of the victims and the medical procedures had been drafted

Police stated that they had about 250 rounds of ammunition for their 9mm pistol legally acquired

A Fifth Third Bancorp employee and two contractors were killed before police killed the 29-year-old gunman.

A fourth victim succumbed to injuries while in the hospital.

The coroner says that the shooter died from a burst of shotgun in the head

The coroner says that the shooter died from a burst of shotgun in the head

The coroner says that the shooter died from a burst of shotgun in the head

The coroner says that the shooter died from a burst of shotgun in the head

The coroner says that the shooter died from a burst of shotgun in the head

The coroner says that the shooter died because of a burst of shotgun in the head. Police are still investigating why they attacked the Fifth Third headquarters building.

Whitney Austin, a 37-year-old vice president of Fifth Third Bancorp, is one of the only two who survived her injuries.

Waller Austin said in a statement Monday that his wife "still has a long way to go in her physical and mental recovery."

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