5th Victim Dies in Minneapolis Workplace Shooting; Police Say Suspect Had Specific Targets
A fifth person has died from their wounds after a man opened fire at a sign company in Minneapolis. Police say the gunman is 36-year-old Andrew Engeldinger, pictured above. He allegedly went on the rampage just hours after being fired, hand-picking his victims.
Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan told reporters, “It’s clear that he did
walk by some people, very clear. Especially when he went in the office area that he did walk by people to get to certain other members of the business.”