A family member says the owner of a sign-making business in Minneapolis was among the four who died when a gunman opened fire.
Chad Blumen says Reuven Rahamim was shot to death in the Thursday attack at Accent Signage Systems Inc. Rahamim was Blumen's father-in-law. In a Friday statement to The Associated Press, Blumen says other members of the family died, but he provided no details
Police spokesman Sgt. Stephen McCarty said the gunman killed four people and injured four more, three men critically, before turning the gun on himself. Police have not released the gunman's identity or motive.
Dozens of police squad cars and SWAT officers swarmed the residential neighborhood on the city's north side after an employee called 911 around 4:30 p.m. to say shots had been fired.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Police say a shooter who opened fired inside a Minneapolis sign company is dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Minneapolis Police Deputy Chief Kris Arneson says she can't immediately confirm how many people were killed in the shooting Thursday at Accent Signage Systems.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Cops: Shooter dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound after fatal Minneapolis office shooting.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Police say a workplace shooting in Minneapolis has left at least two people dead and four others wounded.
Minneapolis police spokesman Steve McCarty says there were "a couple of fatalities" from a shooting Thursday afternoon at Accent Signage Systems on the city's north side.
McCarty says at least four people were taken to hospitals. A spokeswoman for Hennepin County Medical Center says the hospital is treating three people from the scene, all in critical condition.
McCarty says police are treating it as an active crime scene, assuming the shooter is at large.
Dozens of squad cars and police vehicles have surrounded the business. Its website says the company makes interior signage. The company lists its founder as Reuven Rahamim. A phone message left there was not immediately returned.