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Shooting spree in Arizona

An unidentified woman, who claimed in a TV interview that her sister's boyfriend was a victim, sits near a police car at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona, March 18, 2015. A gunman opened fire inside a motel room in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa on Wednesday, killing a man and wounding two women before shooting three more people as he sought to elude an exhaustive manhunt that ended in his capture, police said.. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

An unidentified woman, who claimed in a TV interview that her sister's boyfriend was a victim, sits near a police car at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona, March 18, 2015. A...more

An unidentified woman, who claimed in a TV interview that her sister's boyfriend was a victim, sits near a police car at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona, March 18, 2015. A gunman opened fire inside a motel room in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa on Wednesday, killing a man and wounding two women before shooting three more people as he sought to elude an exhaustive manhunt that ended in his capture, police said.. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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Police confer near a tattoo parlor at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. Officers using a stun gun subdued the suspected gunman, identified as Ryan Elliot Giroux, 41, at a vacant condominium where he had taken refuge, some four hours after the initial shooting, Mesa police spokesman Esteban Flores told reporters. 

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Police confer near a tattoo parlor at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. Officers using a stun gun subdued the suspected gunman, identified as Ryan Elliot Giroux,...more

Police confer near a tattoo parlor at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. Officers using a stun gun subdued the suspected gunman, identified as Ryan Elliot Giroux, 41, at a vacant condominium where he had taken refuge, some four hours after the initial shooting, Mesa police spokesman Esteban Flores told reporters. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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Residents look at police activity at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015.  REUTERS/Deanna Dent

Residents look at police activity at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

Residents look at police activity at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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Ryan Elliot Giroux is seen in an undated picture from the Arizona Department of Corrections. Anti-hate group the Southern Poverty Law Center, citing a retired Mesa police detective, identified Giroux as a member of skinhead and white supremacist groups who had served prison time for burglary, marijuana possession and attempted aggravated assault.


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Ryan Elliot Giroux is seen in an undated picture from the Arizona Department of Corrections. Anti-hate group the Southern Poverty Law Center, citing a retired Mesa police detective, identified Giroux as a member of skinhead and white supremacist...more

Ryan Elliot Giroux is seen in an undated picture from the Arizona Department of Corrections. Anti-hate group the Southern Poverty Law Center, citing a retired Mesa police detective, identified Giroux as a member of skinhead and white supremacist groups who had served prison time for burglary, marijuana possession and attempted aggravated assault. REUTERS/Arizona Department of Corrections
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A police officer keeps watch outside a room at the Tri-City Inn, one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. 
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A police officer keeps watch outside a room at the Tri-City Inn, one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

A police officer keeps watch outside a room at the Tri-City Inn, one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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An FBI agent lifts police tape at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015.  REUTERS/Deanna Dent

An FBI agent lifts police tape at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

An FBI agent lifts police tape at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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Two men wait near police tape at the East Valley Institute of Technology near one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

Two men wait near police tape at the East Valley Institute of Technology near one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

Two men wait near police tape at the East Valley Institute of Technology near one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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An FBI agent speaks to a driver at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. 
REUTERS/Deanna Dent

An FBI agent speaks to a driver at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent

An FBI agent speaks to a driver at one of the scenes of a multiple location shooting that has injured at least four people in Mesa, Arizona March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Deanna Dent
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