MADISON, Tenn. (AP) -- Police say two people are in critical condition after a shooting at a vision store in Middle Tennessee.
The Tennessean reports police were called to Visionworks in Madison on Wednesday afternoon due to a domestic dispute that turned violent.
Witnesses told police 30-year-old Henry Darnell Talley went to the office, spoke to his 26-year-old estranged girlfriend, Ronkeisha Briley, and then shot her as she turned around to leave.
Metro Police Department spokesman Don Aaron said officers pulled Talley over minutes later near the scene and he shot himself before they got out of their patrol car.
Police say another woman at the office was grazed by gunfire, but was treated and released from the hospital.
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