Authorities disclosed information on the firearms used by mass shooter Audery Hale during the Nashville school massacre that left six people dead, including three children.

Police chief John Drake stated at a press conference that on Monday, March 27, 2023, suspect in the Nashville school shooting Audrey Hale drove to the Covenant School, a Christian elementary school, and entered the school through a side door while carrying two assault-style rifles and a 9-millimeter pistol.

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The 28-year-old Covenant School alumnus and graphic designer shot three adults and three children shortly after entering the school grounds before being shot and killed by police.

Police also unveiled images of the suspect’s customized firearms from the Nashville school killing. Multiple stickers with the markings “Hellfire” and “Aiden” were visible on the firearms in photos provided by the Metro Nashville police.

The Nashville school shooting suspect, who had just come out as transgender, allegedly used the moniker “Aiden” on social media, according to the Daily Beast.

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Hale allegedly used the firearm, which had a lot of rounds, to blast their way inside the structure. The suspect was seen on surveillance video from inside the building shooting a pair of glass doors and prowling the corridor before opening fire on the faculty and pupils.

The six people killed in the mass shooting have been named by police, including three small children who were all nine years old. Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney were the three juvenile fatalities. In addition, the culprit murdered the 60-year-old school director Katherine Koonce and two 61-year-old staff members, Cynthia Peak and Mike Hill.

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Hale allegedly fired shots at the officers as well, according to Metro Nashville police. The officers arrived on the scene 15 minutes after being alerted to an active gunman at the Christian school. Hale was however fatally struck during the struggle, ending the carnage.

Authorities also stated that the perpetrator, who was equipped with a number of rounds of ammunition, planned to carry out more violence before being stopped at the site by police officers who shot and killed them.