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Albuquerque News

July 12, 2010 by Post Team 

Albuquerque News:ALBUQUERQUE, NM – A gunman opened fire in an optical fiber manufacturer Albuquerque Monday, killing two people and wounding four others before shooting himself in what police said was a domestic violence dispute.

This morning, Police Chief Ray Schultz said there were six dead.

He explained at a press conference after the officers who responded had seen people down and thought they were dead, and then went into the building to search for the gunman. The officers who arrived later identified a number of shooting victims survived.

Schultz also said there was confusion at the University of New Mexico Hospital, where a victim died, but two deaths were reported.

The shooting at Emcore Corp. seemed to involve the murderer’s girlfriend of 37 years old, said Schultz.

It is an update to the latest news. Check back soon for more information. AP’s earlier story is below.

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (AP) – A gunman opened fire in an optical fiber manufacturer Albuquerque Monday, killing three people and wounding eight people before shooting himself in what police said was a domestic violence dispute .

This morning, Police Chief Ray Schultz said there were six dead.

He explained at a press conference after the officers who responded had seen people down and thought they were dead, and then went into the building to search for the gunman. The officers who arrived later identified a number of shooting victims survived.

Schultz also said there was confusion at the University of New Mexico Hospital, where a victim died, but two deaths were reported.

The shooting at Emcore Corp. seemed to involve the gunman’s wife of 37 years of age, or girlfriend, said Schultz.

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