SHOCKScenes From the Aftermath of Colorado’s ‘Batman’ Shootings (Photos)The Daily Beast07.21.12SHOCKScenes From the Aftermath of Colorado’s ‘Batman’ Shootings (Photos)From the Aurora movie theater to the police response at the suspect’s apartment, a look at the response to the shocking mass killing at the midnight ‘Dark Knight Rises’ show.The Daily Beast07.21.12 9:50 PM ETJoshua Lott / Getty Images ; Thomas Cooper / Getty Images ; Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images ; Alex Brandon / AP Photo From the scene at the Aurora movie theater to the vigils across the community, a look at the response to the shocking mass killing at the midnight Dark Knight Rises show. Ed Andrieski / AP Photo Police are pictured outside the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colorado where 14 people were killed in a shooting. Ed Andrieski / AP Photo An Aurora Police officer talks on his radio outside of Aurora Mall, the scene of the shooting. Barry Gutierrez / AP Photo Family and friends wait outside Gateway High School where witnesses were brought for questioning. Thomas Cooper / Getty Images The Century 16 movie theatre is seen where a gunmen attacked movie goers during an early morning screening of the new Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." Police have the suspect, twenty-four year old James Holmes of North Aurora, in custody. Ed Andrieski / AP Photo A SWAT team officer stands watch near an apartment house where the suspect resides. Barry Gutierrez / AP Photo Jacob Stevens, 18, hugs his mother Tammi Stevens after being interview by police outside Gateway High School. Barry Gutierrez / AP Photo Eyewitness Chandler Brannon, 25, sits outside Gateway High School after being brought in for questioning. Thomas Cooper / Getty Images 12 people were killed and at least 50 injured when a gunman wearing a gas mask set off an unknown gas and fired into the crowded movie theater. The audience had been watching an early-morning screening of the new Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." Barry Gutierrez / AP Photo Tom Sullivan, center, embraces family members outside Gateway High School where he has been searching franticly for his son Alex Sullivan who celebrated his 27th birthday by going to see "The Dark Knight Rises." Ed Andrieski / AP Photo Police use a video camera to look inside the suspect's apartment. David Zalubowski / AP Photo Officers load bags of evidence into a car outside the Century 16 theater where the shooting took place. Mandal Ngan, AFP / Getty Images US President Barack Obama speaks on the shootings in Aurora, Colorado at what was scheduled originally as a campaign event in Fort Myers, Florida. "Such violence, such evil, is senseless. But while we will never know fully what causes somebody to take the live of another, we do know what makes life worth living," he told a somber crowd in Florida. Mandel Ngan, AFP / Getty Images Obama supporters bow their heads during a moment of silence for the victims of the Aurora shooting. Thomas Cooper / Getty ImagesPolice search what is believed to be James Holmes’s car. Kevork Djansezian / Getty ImagesBlood-stained footprints mark the escape route of movie-goers who fled the Century 16 movie theatre after James Holmes allegedly went on a shooting rampage during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises. David Zalubowski / AP PhotoYellow evidence markers dot the sidewalk around the movie theater. Police found a gas mask after witnesses said the shooter threw gas canisters at the crowd before opening fire. David McNew / Getty ImagesA police officer stands guard at the home of Robert and Arlene Holmes in San Diego, Calif. When media contacted their home in the aftermath of the shooting, Arlene told reporters, “You have the right person.” Don Emmert, AFP / Getty ImagesMourners gather at a vigil near the theater for the 12 fatalities. Kevork Djansezian / Getty ImagesA makeshift memorial popped up near the Century 16 theater. A woman lights candles for the victims.