“It appeared that his plans were to drive out of here and continue driving down Jefferson Avenue looking to shoot more black people as he could and possibly go to another store location.”
The white teen accused of fatally gunning down 10 people in the hate-fueled supermarket massacre in Buffalo had plans to continue his shooting rampage and find “more black people” to kill, according to cops and the suspect’s alleged manifesto, reports the New York Post.
One potential next target for the raging racist was a nearby Walmart, according to the document.
Payton Gendron, 18, was taken into custody minutes after he allegedly livestreamed himself opening fire at the Tops Friendly Market on Saturday afternoon.
“We have uncovered information that if he escaped the supermarket, he had plans to continue his attack,” Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia told ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
Gendron, who was heavily armed and wearing tactical gear, had driven about 200 miles from his family’s home in Conklin, NY, to carry out the racially motivated attack in the predominantly black neighborhood, police said.
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