In this week's crime wrap, a deadly school shooting, closure in the Hannah Graham case, a hatchet attack in NYC, and a suspected serial killer arrested. Linda So reports.
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A terrifying scene at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington state.
Police say a freshman opened fire in the cafeteria killing a female classmate and wounding four others before he took his own life.
Two of the victims are the shooter's cousins.
Authorities are investigating a motive, but one student says the gunman was in an ongoing dispute with his cousin over a girl.
And officials say human remains found in Virginia are those of missing UVA student Hannah Graham.
The remains were discovered on an abandoned property just a short distance from where the 18-year-old sophomore was last seen.
32-year-old Jesse Matthew, a hospital worker has been charged in her disappearance.
Police say he is linked to several other sexual assaults and the 2009 disappearance of a Virginia Tech student.
Graham's parents said in a statement they are devastated by the loss of their beautiful daughter, Hannah.
In New York City, this man was caught on tape running with a metal hatchet moments before he wounded two police officers.
Authorities say the suspect, Zale Thompson, was a self-radicalized convert to Islam who acted alone in what officials are calling a terrorist attack.
The hatchet-wielding assailant was shot dead by two other police officers.
And police in Indiana have arrested a possible serial killer.
43-year-old Darren Vann is suspected of murdering at least seven women and leaving their bodies in abandoned homes in Northwest Indiana.
Police say the convicted sex offender may have killed for two decades.
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