Manhunt underway for Sang Ho Kim in fatal shooting at Long Island workplace near Roosevelt Field Mall

Police say the suspect was a vendor at the light fixture business where he killed one employee and wounded another.

Police say the suspect was a vendor at the light fixture business where he killed one employee and wounded another. (9/26/13)

LONG ISLAND - A manhunt has entered a second day for the gunman who opened fire inside a light fixture business on Long Island Wednesday morning.

Authorities say 63-year-old Sang Ho Kim, of Queens, walked into the East Garden City workplace and starting shooting, killing one employee and wounding another.

The shooting prompted the lockdowns of nearby schools and the Roosevelt Field Mall.

Kim once served as a vendor to the light fixture firm, police say, but it's unclear what sparked the shooting.

His SUV was found last night in Putnam County. He is considered to be armed and dangerous.
 

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