A 23-year-old bank employee opened fire at his workplace in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday morning and livestreamed the attack that left four dead and nine others wounded.

The gunman was identified as Connor Sturgeon, an employee at Old National Bank, according to interim Louisville Metro Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel. He was killed by police after a shootout with authorities.

The four victims, all between the ages of 40 and 64, were identified as Joshua Barrick, Juliana Farmer, Tommy Elliott and James Tutt, the chief said.

Gov. Andy Beshear said Elliott, a senior vice president at the bank, was one of his closest friends.

The mass shooting began at the Old National Bank on East Main Street just after 8:30 a.m. police said, about 30 minutes before the bank opens to the public.

Officers got to the bank within three minutes of being dispatched and found the shooter was still firing, Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey said. Officers got into a shootout with the gunman, killing him, Gwinn-Villaroel said.

Louisville shooting live: Connor Sturgeon, 23, named as bank employee shooter who killed four

A disgruntled employee identified as Connor Sturgeon, 23, killed four people in a mass shooting at a bank in Louisville, Kentucky, before being shot dead on the scene.

The shooting unfolded at around 8.30am on Monday morning at the Old National Bank in downtown Louisville when officers responded to reports of a possible active shooter.

Officers arrived on the scene where they encountered the suspect and exchanged gunfire.

Sturgeon was killed by police on the scene.

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