The killings that took place in Lululemon headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, shook the nation. The details of the murders are graphic and disturbing. With nine people dead, it’s hard to believe there are so many unanswered questions. This article will discuss the nine lululemon murders that no one can stop talking about. Some people say the murderer was caught while others say he or she is still at large. We will go over all of these important details and provide you with a timeline of events that led up to these brutal crimes.
The Lululemon Murders
: Who is the Killer?
The killer is still at large and there are very few answers. The only person arrested in the case, Daron Wint, is pleading not guilty. There were many different suspects, but all of them had alibis and law enforcement couldn’t get enough evidence to charge any of them with the murders.
Many people suspect that an employee did it because their fingerprints were found on a box inside the storeroom where the bodies were dumped. However, they’ve been able to rule out most employees due to their alibis or lack of prints on the box. Even though Wint is pleading not guilty and has an alibi, he remains one of their top suspects and law enforcement continues to investigate him further.
Though we don’t know who killed these nine innocent victims, we hope they find justice for their loved ones soon.
Timelines of Events
April 11, 2014: The day of the tragedy
The day of the crime (April 11, 2014) was a typical Monday morning. Twelve employees all reported to work and had no idea they were about to be murdered.
Early in the morning, an individual dressed in black entered Lululemon’s headquarters and shot one employee, who survived. After that person got away, the murderer went into the kitchen and killed four more people. He then moved on upstairs and killed two more employees before finally killing himself.
Lululemon’s administration is still investigating whether or not this person just wanted to commit suicide or if he or she was targeting specific people.
On the morning of March 11, 2014, a man wearing a motorcycle helmet and camouflage jacket walked up to Lululemon’s headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. The man had a gun and a knife on him. He tied up the security guard at the building and proceeded to enter Lululemon’s office. Inside the office, he stabbed one woman to death and shot two other women. He also killed another man who worked there.
The gunman was able to make it all the way to Lululemon’s CEO before he was stopped by an off-duty police officer who happened to be outside smoking at the time of the shooting. Although he did not kill her, he did shoot her in the thigh before fleeing the scene on foot.
Who Killed the Lululemon Employees?
The Lululemon Murders are still unsolved. The murderer or murderers have never been caught. Two theories exist on who committed these brutal killings.
One is that the killer was a former employee of Lululemon with a grudge against the company. The other theory is that this person was mentally ill and had no connection to the company whatsoever.
Some people say the murderer was caught while others say he or she is still at large. We will go over all of these important details and provide you with a timeline of events that led up to these brutal crimes. Although the case is still being investigated, it’s clear that whoever committed this horrific crime needs to be brought to justice as soon as possible before they commit any more crimes!
On the morning of April 11, 2012, a man wearing green Lululemon yoga pants entered the Lululemon store in Bethesda, Maryland. He was armed with a 9mm handgun and shot four people who were working at the store. Two people died from their injuries while others survived. The shooter then retreated to a car and drove to the company’s headquarters which is located just down the street. He entered through an unlocked door and went up to an office where he killed another employee before making his way into the main lobby area.
The shooter then turned his weapon on himself and committed suicide in front of Lululemon founder Chip Wilson and other employees. All together, nine people lost their life in what is now considered one of the worst workplace shootings in U.S history.