St. Louis shooting leaves three victims, shooter dead

By VERONICA LINARES, UPI.com   |   Updated June 14, 2013 at 7:18 AM

Four people were shot and killed during an apparent murder-suicide at a business incubator in St. Louis, Mo. on Thursday afternoon.

The St. Louis Police department confirmed four adults, including two men and two women, were shot to death at the Cherokee Place Business Incubator at 2715 Cherokee Street at around 1:40 pm. Authorities believe one of the males was the shooter.

St. Louis Police Capt. Michael Sack, said during a press conference that the victims where employees of a healthcare business and that the shooter reportedly opened fire after getting in argument with them.

The Metropolitan Police Department identified the victims as Khadra Muse, 44; Seaeed Abdulla, 29; and Bernice Solomon-Redd, 54. The suspect was identified as Ahmed Dirir, 59.

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