Grocery store chain’s gun policy

Thursday's mass shooting at a Tennessee Kroger marks another deadly attack at the nation's largest supermarket chain.

In the latest incident in the Memphis suburb of Collierville, 13 people were injured and two were killed, including the suspect. Kroger is not saying whether the latest incident will lead to further changes.

In an updated statement on Friday, the grocer expressed grief and pledged to help authorities with the investigation into the shooting.

"We are horrified and heartbroken over the senseless violence that occurred yesterday at the Kroger store... resulting in the death of one customer as well as the assailant and injuries to several other individuals, including 10 of our associates and five customers," Kroger said.

Kroger confirmed reports the dead suspect in the shooting was a "third-party vendor."

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