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Two people were shot to death and others injured this afternoon when a man began firing shots at the Ward Parkway Center.
Bobby Baya owns Design Jewelry, a kiosk inside the mall.
Baya said he saw the shooter walking through the mall firing shots at random but didn’t have a good description of him.
“There was a lot of panic,” Baya said.
Mall shooter had moved into neighbor’s home
David W. Logsdon lived in his next-door neighbor’s house and used her credit cards while her dead and battered body lay on the floor, evidence shows.
He also apparently used a rifle from her home to launch a deadly rampage at Ward Parkway Center Sunday afternoon, just an hour and 40 minutes after police found Patricia Reed’s body.
A Social Security number etched onto the .30-caliber M1 carbine semiautomatic rifle belonged to Reed’s late husband, a World War II veteran who died in 1993, The Star confirmed Tuesday.