Gunman in NJ supermarket shooting hails from BK

The employee who opened fire inside a New Jersey supermarket early Friday, killing two people and then himself, previously lived in Bed-Stuy. According to Middlesex

BROOKLYN - The employee who opened fire inside a New Jersey supermarket early Friday, killing two people and then himself, previously lived in Bed-Stuy.

According to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan, 23-year-old ex-Marine Terence Tyler opened fire on his co-workers when he walked into the Pathmark store in Old Bridge, about 25 miles from Manhattan.

School Superintendent Timothy Brennan says police told the Old Bridge school district that the workers killed were 18-year-old Christina LoBrutto and 24-year-old Bryan Breen.

AP wire services contributed to this report

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