Five Dead in Shooting at Accent Signage Systems
Four employees of Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis, including the owner, were killed in a shooting at the company's offices on Thursday evening. The assailant, a former employee who had been laid off earlier in the day, took his own life after the attack.
The Huffington Post reports that the attacker was Andrew Engelinger, 36, who had been terminated from his position on the day of the shooting. Police captain Amelia Huffman said Engelinger, who had a history of mental illness, had received a letter of reprimand in the mail and came into the office armed on Thursday, where he was laid off.