(UPDATED 1:18 p.m. ET Sept. 25)
Cetin was charged with five counts of first-degree murder and was held without bond on Sunday.
A man suspected of shooting and killing five people at Cascade Mall in Washington state on Friday was arrested Saturday night after a nearly 24-hour manhunt.
The suspect, identified as Arcan Cetin, 20, was found in Oak Harbor, about 29 miles southwest of Burlington, where Cascade Mall is located, KOMO reports.
Cetin emigrated from Turkey.
Here's a scene of the arrest.
Surveillance video captured a man entering the mall unarmed and later entering a Macy's with a "hunting-type" rifle in his hand, Mount Vernon Police Lt. Chris Cammock said.
Here's one witness's account of the shooting that left her "thankful for her life."
Lt. Mike Hawley of the Island County Sheriff's Office said Cetin was "zombie-like" and unarmed upon arrest.
Terrorism is not suspected as a motive for the shooting, and Cetin is a "legal, permanent resident of the United States," Cammock said. A motive has not yet been determined; authorities said Cetin's ex-girlfriend used to work at the Macy's but left several months ago.Cetin has been charged three times with domestic-violence assault against his stepfather, The Seattle Times reports. A judge ruled in December he could not legally own a gun.
Gov. Jay Inslee praised law enforcement's work to capture the suspect.
The victims of the shooting:
- Sari Lara, a 16-year-old cancer survivor
- Belinda Glade, 64
- Beatrice Dotson, 95, Glade's mother
- Chuck Eagan, a Boeing maintenance worker
- A fifth victim who has not been publicly identified