Brooklyn Center Shooting Today, Possible murder-suicide outside T.J. Maxx

Brooklyn Center Shooting Today, Man and woman died in murder-suicide outside T.J. Maxx

Brooklyn Center Shooting Today – On Monday, July 3rd, 2023, Brooklyn Centre police are looking into a possible murder-suicide that occurred close to a mall. Witnesses claim a couple was inside the store off Shingle Creek Drive when they got into a dispute and left. WCCO’s Reg Chapman is at the scene. According to witnesses, the man shot the woman before shooting himself. In the parking lot, police are searching a car, and a tent has been set up where they think the bodies of the two dead are.

Two adults with gunshot wounds were discovered dead, one inside and one outside of a vehicle, according to the police department. There was a firearm found on the scene. Police claim that although no arrests have been made, the crime does not seem to be random.

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After being shot on Sunday, March 26, 2023, in Brooklyn Centre, at least six teenagers are currently in the hospital recovering from their wounds. According to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, all of the victims appeared to be between the ages of 15 and 18 and all of them sustained injuries that are reportedly not life-threatening. According to a news release from Brooklyn Centre Police, police responded to reports of gunfire on the frontage road in the 5600 block of Brooklyn Boulevard.

There, they found “50 or more casings” from “three different caliber weapons,” but no victims were present. A short while later, authorities were informed that a victim with a gunshot wound had arrived at North Memorial Hospital, and a short while after, five other patients also showed up there. Detectives are presently looking into the circumstances behind the shooting, but according to the police, there is no public threat and they don’t think it was random.

Police claimed they have multiple active leads they are pursuing, but no suspects are currently in their hands. The incident appears to have occurred in the parking area of a building that houses the Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys Girl Scouts offices. Witnesses claimed to have seen the organization’s trucks and billboards with clear signs of gunshot wounds. There is no known connection between the group and the shooting on Sunday night.

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