Minneapolis Gunman had 10,000 Rounds of Ammo
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Police say the gunman who killed six people inside a Minneapolis sign company had packaging for 10,000 rounds of ammunition in his house.
Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan told a Friday afternoon news conference that the gunman in Thursday’s attack was 36-year-old Andrew J. Engeldinger of Minneapolis. He had been fired from the company only hours before the attack.
Engeldinger opened fire Thursday afternoon at Accent Signage Systems. Dolan says police found the packaging during a search of Engeldinger’s house.