Transcript for FSU Gunman Sent Out Packages Before Going on Shooting Rampage
And chilling new story from Florida state university. Police chasing down packages sent before the rampage. Tonight, some of the packages already intercepted. What was inside? Ryan Owens is on the story tonight. Reporter: Just two days after shooting three, including this man in the leg, and terrorizing hundreds of students at Florida state university's library, it turns out Myron may isn't done. Tonight, nearly 48 hours after the 31-year-old lawyer was killed by police, the FBI is scrambling to intercept at least eight packages he mailed to friends. So far, they've tracked down at at least three of them. To North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. That's where Joe Paul lives, a former classmate of may's at FSU. He says the shooter contacting him on Facebook last week asking for his address. We sent him our mailing address, thinking it was maybe a wedding invitation. Reporter: Just hours before the shooting, he said may contacting him again, telling him the package was in the mail. He said it was documents like a manifesto. Reporter: Authorities won't say exactly what's in the packages, only that they are not a danger to the public. Police here in Florida have said they suspect he was mailing writing and videos detailing his claims the government had been tracking him. While the library behind me is open, the question of why this
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