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Dayton shooter spent two hours in area before attack, likely acted alone: police

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019
A gunman who killed nine people in Dayton, Ohio earlier this month spent two hours in the nightlife neighborhood before unleashing an attack on bar goers and probably carried it out alone, police said on Tuesday.
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News video: New Surveillance Video Shows Dayton Gunman Two Hours Before Mass Shooting

New Surveillance Video Shows Dayton Gunman Two Hours Before Mass Shooting 01:46

Investigators have released new surveillance video of the gunman in the Dayton, Ohio shooting two hours before opening fire on several people at a bar.

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