FBI seeks person of interest in Sikh temple shootings
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FBI Special Agent Teresa Carlson announced during a press conference in Oak Creek, Wisconsin Monday that investigators are looking for an unidentified person of interest following Sunday’s deadly attack on attendees of a Sikh Temple.
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards said that law enforcement officials are confident that there was only a single shooter involved in the incident, but that the person of interest appeared on the scene following the shooting and left before authorities could determine his intentions. Edwards added that there is no evidence for collaboration.
The Oak Creek police released a photo of the person they are looking for.
The police chief confirmed that the suspected shooter has been identified as Wade Michael Page and that he had been a member of the U.S. military from 1992 to 1998 before receiving a general discharge.
Carlson stated that the FBI is working to determine if the attack was an act of domestic terrorism but that a motive has not yet been established. Amid reports that the shooter was involved in the white supremacist movement, Carlson naid that investigators will determine if there was any involvement from extremist groups.
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