Police investigate the scene of a deadly shooting at a Walmart store in Tumwater on Sunday. (KOMO News via AP)

Police investigate the scene of a deadly shooting at a Walmart store in Tumwater on Sunday. (KOMO News via AP)

Gunman wounds 2, is fatally shot by civilian at a Walmart

Police said the gunman tried to carjack two vehicles before he was killed.

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