Police continue to investigate after a gunman killed five people and injured 18 others at an LGBTQ nightclub late Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Seventeen people were injured because of a gunshot wound, while another victim sustained other injuries, police said Monday afternoon.
At least one other person and likely many others were victims with no visible injuries, police said. Police earlier said 25 people were injured.
Officials also identified Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, as the suspect. He was taken into custody shortly after arriving on site at Club Q and is being treated at a local hospital as of Monday afternoon.
Court records for the case have now been sealed. The El Paso County district attorney's director of communications Howard Black told NPR on Monday afternoon that no formal charges have been filed. He said the investigation is still active, and charges will be filed in due time.
The attack comes six years after the deadliest attack on the LGBTQ community in modern U.S. history, when a gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53 others at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
Here's what we know about the Colorado Springs shooting.
Two patrons subdued the gunman
Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez said the gunman began shooting as soon as he entered the nightclub. At least two people helped subdue the gunman, which the chief described as heroic.
"We owe them a great debt of thanks," he said at a news conference Sunday.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers told NPR that one of the patrons "took the handgun from the [shooter] and hit him with the handgun to disable him."