NJ Pathmark reopens after BK gunman opens fire

The New Jersey Pathmark where police say a Brooklyn gunman killed two people has reopened.

The gunman from the Pathmark shooting in NJ

The gunman from the Pathmark shooting in NJ was from Brooklyn. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

 

(09/07/12) OLD BRIDGE, N.J. - The New Jersey Pathmark where police say a Brooklyn gunman killed two people has reopened.
 
Police say 23-year-old Terence Tyler opened fire last week at the store in Old Bridge, N.J., fatally shooting 18-year-old and 24-year-old store workers before turning the gun on himself. All three were pronounced dead at the scene.
 
Authorities say Tyler was dressed in camouflage gear and armed with a handgun and an assault rifle. He attended George Westinghouse High School in Brooklyn and served in the Marines.
 
It's not clear what sparked the shootings.

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