Manhattan woman dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound at Junction City

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JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (WIBW) -- A 26-year-old Manhattan woman died early Thursday afternoon after she was found suffering from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Junction City Police Dept.

Audra Vonsenden was pronounced dead at the scene by Junction City firefighters, JCPD said. Officers had been called to the location, 920 N. Washington St., around 1:30 p.m.

Investigators have found no evidence of criminal activity and have scheduled an autopsy. Their investigation is still ongoing.

Police confirmed Friday morning that it happened at Godfrey’s Indoor Ranges and Tactical Supply, which had posted onto its Facebook page that there was an emergency at the facility and they would be closed until further notice. In an update, they said the shop would remain closed at least through Friday.

The update, signed by Todd A. Godfrey, thanked JCPD, firefighters, the coroner, and “anyone else involved for their prompt response to this situation.”

“We would like you to keep her family, and our employees, in your prayers. It has been a tough day for everybody involved,” Godfrey said.

The Junction City Police Dept. is asking anyone with information about the investigation to call 785-762-5912.

UPDATE: This story has been updated to reflect that Junction City Police Dept. confirmed it happened at the shooting range.