Kansas police: Gunman fired shots at 5 outside Jewish sites, 2 males and 1 female dead

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April 14, 2014 01:23

 
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The gunman who carried out fatal shootings at two Jewish community buildings in Kansas on Sunday fired toward a total of five people, three of whom were confirmed dead, authorities investigating the incident said at a press briefing.

Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass said it was too early to label the attacks as anything other than "vicious acts of violence."

He stated that two males were killed outside the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas and one female at the nearby Shalom Village retirement home.

He confirmed that police had a white male in his 70s in custody for questioning.

Local authorities and the FBI were continuing to investigate the circumstances.

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