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PHOENIX -- Walmart says it is sending crisis counselors to the suburban Phoenix store where a man was fatally shot after a fight.

Chandler police said surveillance video showed two people getting into the fight before the shooting erupted Sunday afternoon.

Walmart spokeswoman Dianna Gee says the retailer is working with police to provide them any information they might find useful. She said the company's "thoughts and prayers are with all of those involved."

The victim, 36-year-old Kriston Charles Belinte Chee, was taken to a hospital after the shooting, but later died.

The shooter, Kyle Wayne Quadlin, 25, remained at the store briefly before fleeing. Police were later tipped to his whereabouts and were questioning him Sunday night. He has not yet been arrested, pending investigation by Chandler Police and review by the Maricopa County Attorneys Office.

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