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    Suspicious fire investigated by fire department and NTSB

    Suspicious fire investigated by fire department and NTSB

    Officials say at least three서산출장안마 people were killed by what appeared to be a propane explosion Monday at a South Boston grocery store.

    Fire and police said no other injuries were reported. They released a photograph of a blackened shirt hanging from the building and said the suspected shooter, identified as Robert Lewis Dear, was detained by police at around 4 p.m. Monday.

    Dear, 52, was arrested at the scene. His name has not been released.

    Police say Dear entered the store through the exit in the store and started shooting about 9:15 a.m. in an area that housed one of the nearby drug stores.

    The victims, identified as Charles “Kory” Jackson Jr., 62, a father of three, and his father, Clarence “Charlie” Jackson, 55, of the 600 block of South Main Street in Brookline; and Larry Wayne “Lonely” Cates, 51, of the 1500 block of South West Main Street in Roxbury, were pronounced dead at the scene about 9:45 a.m.

    One person was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, the fire department said, according to a preliminary account by Suffolk County Fire & Rescue.

    Police had not yet released the name of the victim, nor the victim’s name or age,카지노 police said.

    Police had closed off the entire street on South Main Street but reopened the entrance about 9:1건마5 a.m., after the fire department and NTSB responded.

    Residents remained alarmed when they came upon the incident but said they don’t know where it came from, police said. Police described it as a suspicious incident that included multiple calls that were never answered.


    In a statement, the supermarket said: “On Saturday, January 26, 2016, one of our stores in South Boston was the target of a reported suspicious package. A small fire occurred at the building, and the cause is unknown. It is our intent to do everything possible to provide our patrons with the best possible service.

    “On Monday, January 27, 2016, after several calls about the contents of the suspect’s car, a small fire was reported on the roof of one of our stores. We were then notified by an off-duty police officer that one man was in that building. All three of the victims (on scene) were there when that incident occurred.

    “Our stores remain open and are safe, but we can’