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Twelve Killed, Dozens Wounded In Theater Massacre

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(CNN) AURORA, COLORADO – Twelve people were killed and 50 injured when a gunman opened fire during an early Friday morning screening of the new Batman movie at an Aurora, Colorado, theater, Police Chief Dan Oates told reporters.

The man suspected of opening fire early Friday morning at an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater has been taken into custody, Police Chief Dan Oates told reporters. “We don’t have any evidence of a second gunman,” he said.

The suspect in the Colorado move theater shooting Friday used at least three guns — one assault rifle and two handguns, according to a federal law enforcement official. The source said the suspect also used tear gas, and that the suspect was the lone actor.

A 3-month-old is among those wounded in the Colorado movie theater shooting Friday, according to the University of Colorado hospital, where 20 of the at least 50 injured are being treated.