MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A trial is set to begin for the accused gunman in the fatal Walmart shooting that left two people dead in Southaven, Mississippi in 2019.

The jury was selected Monday afternoon and opening statements will begin in DeSoto County Tuesday morning, according to the DeSoto County Court Clerk.

Martez Abrams is charged with two counts of murder.

Police said Walmart surveillance cameras were rolling and captured the moments suspect Abram went into the store and opened fire.

Two store employees were killed during the rampage and an officer was injured.