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Police Investigate Costco Shooting That Left 'Non-Verbal' Man Dead And His Parents Critically Injured

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Police Investigate Costco Shooting That Left 'Non-Verbal' Man Dead And His Parents Critically Injured

Police Investigate Costco Shooting That Left 'Non-Verbal' Man Dead And His Parents Critically Injured

Police are investigating an altercation that occurred inside a Costco store in Corona that left a man described as "non-verbal" dead and his parents in critical condition.

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