Two of five people who died in a shooting in Minnesota have been confirmed as Israelis, according to the family of one of the deceased.
Reuven Rahamim, the Israeli-owner of the sign-making business, was one of those killed in the attack, and his son-in-law released a statement condemning the violence and offering condolences to the other victims.
The killer is reportedly an ex-employee of the business, Accent Signage Systems, who had wanted to ‘settle the score’ with the company management following his sacking. The Police have so far refused to confirm the identity of the gunman, who then shot himself dead following the killing spree.
The shootings have shocked the local community.