FBI Identifies Suspect in Shooting of 2 Officers
MIAMI (AP) - The FBI has identified the suspect who they say shot two South Florida law enforcement officers before killing himself.
The FBI identified the gunman Friday as 23-year-old David Edwin Bradley of Miami Gardens. Federal authorities also released his photo and asked the public for any information regarding Bradley's whereabouts on Thursday. Officials also asked the public for any witnesses or videos and pictures that were taken of the events.
The agency says the incident began with a carjacking followed by the barber shop robbery. Officers then responded to a call about a man firing a weapon as he walked along the median on the Florida Turnpike in Broward County.
A female Key Biscayne officer was shot in the neck and Gabriel Martinez with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is listed in stable condition.
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