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Topic - Brianna Benlolo
The Maryland mall where two people were fatally shot last week says it will hold a moment of silence in remembrance of the victims.
The gunman who killed two people at a Maryland mall was a teenage skateboarding enthusiast who had no criminal record before he showed up at the shopping center armed with a shotgun, plenty of ammunition and a backpack filled with crude homemade explosives, authorities said Sunday.
A 19-year-old College Park man who fatally shot two skate store employees at a Maryland mall before killing himself kept a journal indicating "some general unhappiness with his life," police said, but authorities have yet to find a motive behind the deadly attack.
A man carrying a shotgun opened fire at a busy shopping mall in suburban Baltimore on Saturday, killing two employees of a skate shop and then himself as panicked shoppers ran for cover, police said. Five others were injured.
She said he was interested in skateboarding and hung out with other skaters.
She said she was stung by the news that he was the shooter.