The gunman who allegedly opened fire in an Annapolis newsroom on Thursday afternoon is a white male who is not cooperating with authorities, according to the latest report.
The Associated Press reports that the suspect in custody used a shotgun in the fatal gun massacre at the office building that houses the Capital Gazette. The shooting reportedly killed five people and left several more gravely injured.
A law enforcement official who spoke on the condition of anonymity told the news service that the suspect is not cooperating with investigators at this time.
The suspect has not yet been identified, and there is no information about a possible motive.
Official: Suspect in newspaper shooting is white male; believed to have used shotgun; not cooperating with investigators. https://t.co/eqz9m1EspH
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