Mass shooter ends Thursday morning shooting spree with killing morning shift manager at McDonald’s where he worked, as she opened the door to him
The 26-year-old gunman then turned gun on himself at the downtown restaurant in Moultrie, Georgia
Colquitt County Coroner confirmed that the shooter earlier killed his mother, 50, and grandmother, 74, at two neighboring homes in Moultrie, before moving downtown
Georgia Bureau of Investigations confirmed four people dead at multiple scenes
Police cruisers park in front of a McDonald’s restaurant in Moultrie, Georgia, that formed part of a three-location shooting spree by an employee, four people were killed including the gunman on Thursday morning
Police have confirmed that four people are dead after a shooting at two locations, including a McDonald’s restaurant in Georgia.
Colquitt County Coroner confirmed that the 26-year-old gunman killed shot his 50-year-old mother and 74-year-old grandmother at two neighboring homes in Moultrie, before going to a local McDonald’s halfway across town.
He shot and killed a female assistant manager in Moultrie, Georgia, Colquitt County Coroner said, before turning the gun on himself. His last victim was the morning shift manger of the fast food restaurant where he worked.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigations confirmed that they are currently investigating multiple scenes in the county.
The shooter, an employee, shot and killed a female assistant manager in Moultrie, Georgia, Colquitt County Coroner said, before turning the gun on himself
Locals in the business district said the woman who died at the fast food restaurant was the early morning manager, and that the shooter was also an employee there.
Sabrina Holweger told AP that the man had killed the woman as she unlocked the door to let him in for his shift.
She added that she was the woman’s body lying in the doorway of the restaurant just before 8am, with police swarming the area.
Jamy Steinberg, GBI special agent in charge, said: ‘We are investigating multiple incidents and there are fatalities involved.’
Police swarmed the restaurant on Thursday morning, shutting down traffic on one of the main streets in the south Georgia town of 15,000.
The Moultrie Police Department Chief Sean Ladson confirmed that there is no immediate threat to the public.