Gunman who killed two in Florida shot dead by police

By REUTERS
June 6, 2016 08:05

 
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Police on Sunday shot dead a gunman who allegedly killed two people in Florida, authorities said.

Cape Coral police said the bloodshed began late Sunday afternoon when they responded to calls of a motorcyclist having been shot and found him dead at the scene.

A short time later in response to another call, police found two people shot, one fatally, at a nearby gas station convenience store.

The suspected gunman fled in a car and was pulled over a few minutes later.

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