Shoppers who fled a Florida Publix store after an assailant opened fire on Thursday – killing a woman and her 1-year-old grandson before turning the gun on themselves – had a chance to return to the scene on Friday morning to take your belongings said the police.
The Public Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) allowed all shoppers who were at the Royal Palm Beach Publix store during the shooting on Thursday morning to return at any time between 9 a.m. and noon on Friday to pick up personal their belongings, the department announced on Twitter.
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The identities of the victims will not be revealed, as the family has invoked Marcy’s law, which prevents law enforcement agencies from publishing any information related to victims of crime.
The sheriff’s office initially said investigators believed the shooter and knew the victims. A PBSO spokesman said Thursday that there was “no known motive or connection between the attacker and the victims”.
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Detectives are still investigating the circumstances of the shooting. Officials said the store would remain closed until Saturday.
Luis Casiano and Brie Stimson of Fox News contributed to this report.