Man Shoots and Kills Co-Worker at Top Golf

In a shocking incident, a Colorado man is being accused of shooting and killing his co-worker at a Topgolf venue in Thornton, Colorado. According to a witness, the suspect, identified as Victor Salazar-Guarache, 26, was seen laughing after the fatal shooting took place. The victim, Bryce Holden, 22, was shot multiple times as he left work in the early hours of December 23rd. Salazar-Guarache faces multiple charges, including first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder.

The motive behind the shooting remains unknown, as no details have been released by authorities. Salazar-Guarache had left work early the night before the incident. Surveillance footage captured the suspect leaving the scene in his car, only to return later that night.

According to the Thornton Police Department, Salazar-Guarache parked his car and confronted Holden and a kitchen manager who were leaving their shifts. The suspect allegedly assumed a shooting stance and started firing at the pair. While the manager managed to escape, Holden sustained multiple gunshot wounds and tragically died.

A Lyft driver, who happened to be picking up a passenger at the time of the shooting, witnessed Salazar-Guarache allegedly laughing as he returned to his car after the incident. The suspect then fled the scene, but he was apprehended by authorities a few hours later.

Topgolf, the popular entertainment venue where the shooting took place, released a statement expressing their shock and sadness over the incident. The venue closed temporarily after the shooting and offered counseling services to their employees.

Salazar-Guarache made his first court appearance this week and is set to appear in court again for a preliminary hearing on March 29th. Authorities have revealed that the suspect invoked his right to counsel and refused to cooperate with police during his arrest.

The investigation into this senseless act of violence continues, as law enforcement officials search for a motive and gather more evidence related to the case.