WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) — A person was shot and killed at a Walmart in Wyoming Monday. A suspect is in custody.

It happened just before 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the Walmart on 54th Street near US-131, a spokesperson with the Wyoming Department of Public Safety told News 8.

Police found a victim who had been shot, Wyoming police said during a press conference. They believe he was shot while in a car.

First responders attempted lifesaving measures but were unsuccessful. The 29-year-old died at the scene. Police are not releasing the name of the victim as they work to notify family.

A witness to the shooting provided police with a description of the suspect. Within an hour he was found and arrested at a Grand Rapids residence, police say.

The weapon believed to have been used during the shooting has been recovered.

Wyoming police say the victim and suspect knew each other. Prosecutors say it appears to have been a case of domestic violence. A decision on charges could come Wednesday.

The incident follows a random stabbing a few weeks ago at a Meijer store about a block away and a homicide Sunday night in the city of Wyoming. While this may be alarming to residents, police say it should be noted that officers have made arrests in the cases. They also say while the stabbing was random, Sunday and Monday’s events were targeted. 

“The unfortunate, tragic incident that happened last night and this one — albeit unrelated — are targeted incidents. These are not random acts,” Wyoming police Lt. Brian Look said. “Our officers and detectives have worked round the clock to make sure that these people are no longer a threat to the public. They have taken the people responsible for these crimes in to custody very quickly to make sure our residents are safe.”

The incident is under investigation. Anyone with information should contact Wyoming police at 616.530.7300 or Silent Observer at 616.774.2345.

News 8’s Whitney Burney contributed to this report.