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The shooting occurred in an industrial area with multiple warehouses on Forsyth Road and Hanging Moss Road, the sheriff's office said, at Fiamma, a business that makes awnings for recreational vehicles.
The gunman, who has not yet been identified, had previously been accused of attacking another employee inside the business. The 45-year-old suspect had a history of misdemeanour criminal offences but was not linked to any terror organisations, Sheriff Jerry Demings said at a press briefing.
He saw Mateen at the club at least a dozen times, he said."We didn't really talk to him a lot, but I remember him saying things about his dad at times," Smith said.
"He told us he had a wife and child."As soon as West saw photos of Mateen released after the shooting, he said, he drove to his local police station, where officers summoned FBI officials, who showed him a photo of Mateen on a computer screen.“I said, ‘That’s him,’” West said, and turned over his phone and Jack’d log-in information to the FBI, which still had the phone late Monday, he said.
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