BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – The woman accused of firing a gun inside a Walmart in Broomfield has been formally charged. Alyssa Borquez is facing charges including attempted first-degree murder.

Alyssa Borquez

Alyssa Borquez (credit: Broomfield Police)

Borquez, 21, was formally advised of seven counts in court on Friday.

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Police rushed to the Walmart at 120th and Vrain just before 2 p.m. Tuesday on reports of an active shooting. All customers and store employees were evacuated from the store.

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Police say two suspects, include Borquez, were involved in the shooting inside the store.

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Investigators believe the shooting was not random and was a dispute between Borquez and an adult male, who was also arrested. He was taken into custody in another city and his name has not been released.