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Shooting incident at Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis left 5 dead

A shocking scene occurred in Capital Gazette newspaper that was owned by Baltimore Sun around Thursday afternoon when a gunslinger entered the building and shoot innocent people. The authorities confirmed that there were 5 people dead in the incident and others had minor injuries.

The shooter was keyed out as Jarrod Ramos who had a case in the past and also lived in the area. Anne Arundel County Deputy Police Chief William Krampf stated "This was a targeted attack on the Capital Gazette. This person was prepared today to come in. He was prepared to shoot people."

Government police officials articulated that the accused gunslinger utilized "smoke grenade" in the plan of attack. There are 170 estimated people on the building on that day and witnessing the horrible crime shot. Upon hearing a gunshot, employees immediately hide under their desks and calling for some help through social media. Everyone in the building was all terrified after hearing shots.

Police officials responded right away to the incident site to stop the shooter from killing people. The Baltimore Sun Media Group released a statement for the victims and they deeply feel saddened to the situation of their employees.

The gunslinger is already in the hands of authorities and face-up many years in jail.

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