Authorities responded to a shooting at a Walmart in Evansville, Indiana, on Thursday evening, where they said at least one victim was injured.

The suspect was killed during a shootout with police, authorities said.

The suspect was killed during a shootout with police, authorities said.

The Evansville Police Department tweeted on Thursday night about the shooting, encouraging people to avoid the area: "Active shooter inside Walmart West. EPD on scene. Avoid the area!"

Sgt. Anna Gray of the Evansville Police Department said during a press conference hours after the shooting was initially reported that the suspect ran throughout the store during the gunfight with police.

"He would shoot at officers and move," Gray said. "He was all throughout the store."

"He would shoot at officers and move," Gray said. "He was all throughout the store."

Gray confirmed one female victim was transported to the hospital.

Gray confirmed one female victim was transported to the hospital.

She also said police responded swiftly to the scene and did not wait outside of the store.

She also said police responded swiftly to the scene and did not wait outside of the store.

"We have been trained that if there’s an active threat, we go in – we don’t pause, we don’t take time to try to figure out what’s going on. We go in and we go where the shots are being fired," Gray said.