It was a textbook case of what happens when a lone gunman shoots up a bookstore.
The only way for those stores to survive would be to go out and sell books, which means a lot of people would want to read books, and it’s a great way to do that.
The owner of the Michigan bookstore where two of the victims were killed, Jodi Johnson, is a proud member of the community.
“It’s the best bookstores I’ve ever been to in my life,” she said.
“That’s what they do.”
The two other people killed in the attack were identified as a security guard and a woman who was attending a party.
The store was located in the downtown shopping district.
The second gunman also killed three other people in the parking lot, and is believed to have used a stolen vehicle to shoot at officers, police said.
The woman who survived is in critical condition.
Police are investigating whether the shooting was planned, and have said they are not ruling out terrorism.
The first-person shooter is still on the loose.
He killed five people in a shooting spree at a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, on Wednesday night, and then opened fire at a nearby mall, killing 10 people.
He also was shot and wounded in the shooting spree in Lafayette.
“It’s always sad to see people hurt, but we have to understand that it’s not a threat to the community, and we have people out there that are doing this out of anger,” Johnson said.
It’s hard to say how many of the stores that were targeted in the Lafayette shooting were also affected by the Lafayette tragedy.
Some people were at the Lafayette theater to see a play about the life of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice.
A small group of people were outside when the shooting started, but no one was injured, police told the Associated Press.
As of Wednesday night and into Thursday morning, at least three more people had been shot.
The latest victim was a woman from West Virginia who was at a grocery store with her boyfriend when the gunfire began, according to ABC News.
The shooting also left at least nine others wounded.
Police are searching for the gunman.
There were no immediate reports of injuries from the Lafayette massacre.