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Fort Bliss Gunman Was Retired Army Sergeant

September 21, 2010  | 

The FBI has identified the gunman who opened fired at a Fort Bliss convenience store before being killed by responding officers as a retired Army sergeant. The agency also says one of the two women wounded in the shooting has died, the Associated Press reports.

The FBI issued a Tuesday statement identifying the gunman as 63-year-old Steven Kropf of El Paso. Authorities say they don't know if Kropf had any relationship with either victim. But they called Monday's shooting an isolated incident.

Read the full Associated Press story.

Tags: Military-related, Active Shooters


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