Transcript for Wisconsin Rampage
with that mass shooting in wisconsin. That left three people dead and four more injured. This is the scene tonight, outside that spa near a crowded shopping ball. Police and first responders flooding the area, putting them all on lockdown, searching for the gunman who slipped away for a time, but the ap reporting tonight that the gunman's body has been found inside that spa. Abc's alex perez is there in brookfield, wisconsin, tonight with the latest. Reporter: What started out like any other quiet sunday morning in suburban milwaukee, within minutes, turned deadly. 11:00 a.M., The azana spa had just opened for the day. Customers already filing in, for peticures and manicures, when a man entered the store and began shooting. Frantic spa customers, some in robes, others barefoot, scrambled to get out, running out the door, pounding on cars, screaming for help. We saw some woman crawl out of the front door and roll down the hill. Reporter: Three people were killed and four injured. The suspected gunman, 45-year-old radcliffe haughton, also found dead inside the spa. And then, a woman came running across and she had said her step-father was in there, trying to shoot as many people as he could. Reporter: Late this afternoon, a bomb squad surrounded haughton's home, after finding an explosive device inside the spa. Brookfield, a town of just 38,000, has had to cope with this kind of tragedy before. In 2005, a shooting at a church service inside a hotel here left seven people dead and just 25 miles away, six people were killed in august after a gunman stormed the sikh temple in oak creek, wisconsin. Back in brookfield, this tiny community, now trying to make sense of another tragedy. And police confirmed just moments ago that the gunman was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, inside the spa. The big question, the motive, still unanswered tonight.
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