Five people are dead after a shooting at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, Washington Friday night.
Washington State Patrol officer Sgt. Mark Francis says four victims are women, the fifth victim, a man, died Saturday after spending the night in hospital in critical condition.
Shortly after 7 PM Saturday, Washington State police say they apprehended the alleged shooter, who they identified as 20-year-old Arcan Cetin.
OFFICIAL: Here is a DOL photo of the suspect: Arcan Cetin, 20-yr-old Oak Harbor resident. pic.twitter.com/fypj6aBBJ2
— Sgt. Mark Francis (@wspd7pio) September 25, 2016
He was arrested without incident in Oak Harbour at 6:30 PM.
He has not been charged.
At a news conference, officials say Cetin will be booked into Skagit County Jail on an investigative hold, and is expected to appear in Skagit County District Court on Monday.
Burlington Mayor Steve Sexton spoke at a news conference Saturday morning, saying the City has probably changed forever, but he doesn’t think the way of life there has.
Police say the female victims’ ages ranged from teens to seniors.
There is still no information on the male victim who died in hospital early this morning.