Police tape, flashing lights and dozens of law enforcement agencies surrounded the apartment building, shot by 45-year-old Gary Martin – the shooter of a deadly workplace – called home. CBS Chicago reports that a bomb shelter is being sought in Aurora, Illinois, on Friday, leaving nothing unchanged.
His neighbors banned the dots. Jennifer White said she understood what was happening to Martin when she saw investigators around her car. But she said she didn't notice any red flags.
"He worked just fine," White said. "I've seen him out there with his drones."
People who spoke to CBS Chicago described Martin as a lonely.
"He always kept to himself," she said.
] Children were only familiar with Martin because of the time he spent outside, flying drones or working on his car, according to CBS Chicago.
"He wanted to wave with us or stare at us. … Totally scary," said Jaclyn White, another neighbor.
Authorities in the Chicago suburb said Martin was deleted from his job at a production warehouse in Aurora on Friday when he opened fire on his colleagues. He was a 15-year-old employee of Henry Pratt Company, the chief of police in Aurora, said Kristen Ziman on Friday.
Five employees at the Henry Pratt plant were killed and five respondents were shot and wounded. Martin was shot and killed by police after an intensive search of the 29,000 square foot facility.
Authorities do not know if Martin came to work with his weapon or left and came back with it, reported CBS News & # 39; Adriana Diaz. No material was found as investigators performed a search at his home.