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Latest: Atlanta shooting: Everything we know so far about suspect Raïssa Kengne and the three victims

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office in Atlanta has named the lady who is said to have “targeted” individuals in Midtown shootings Atlanta shooting.

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Latest: Atlanta shooting: Everything we know so far about suspect Raïssa Kengne and the three victims

Authorities said Raissa Kengne opened fire at Colony Square, leaving two people dead and one injured.

At Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, authorities detained Kengne.

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The reason Kengne shot the victims is still a mystery. She waited at the Fulton County Courthouse at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday for her initial hearing.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner identified the dead victims as Westley Freeman, 41, of Atlanta, and Michael Shinners, 60, of Alpharetta.

Around 1:46 p.m., Atlanta 911 received a call reporting a shooting at 1280 W. Peachtree Street, at the corner of 16th Street. Officers arrived at the 40-story 1280 West condo building to find two people shot. Police say one person was dead and another was rushed to an area hospital.

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Around 2 p.m., a second 911 call was placed, again reporting a shooting. This time it was at 1100 Peachtree Street. Officers arrived at the Eleven Hundred Peachtree executive office building to find one person injured by apparent gunfire.

Law enforcement officers from multiple federal, state, and local agencies descended into the heart of Midtown and an alert was put out asking people to avoid the area as well as residents and workers to shelter in place.

FOX 5 Atlanta is working to learn more about the victims in the shooting. 

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