Jun 18, 2015

The latest on church shooting: Police identify suspect - Worldnews.com

10:38 a.m. Police have identified the suspect in a fatal shooting that killed nine people at a historic black church in downtown Charleston as 21-year-old Dylann Roof of Lexington, South Carolina. An intense manhunt is underway for Roof. Police have released surveillance video photographs of the gunman and a dark colored sedan he may have used to get away. Nine people were killed when a gunman...

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