A man shot dead at least five people at a Sebring bank in central Florida on Wednesday, local police in the southeastern United States said. "We have at least five victims," Karl Hoglund, police chief of the city known for hosting a motor racing endurance event, told a news briefing.
The author of the shots stopped. The gunman, identified as Zephen Xaver, was arrested. He went after negotiations with the intervention units. The 21-year-old had himself called the police claiming to have opened fire in the facility, according to Karl Hoglund. The police did not mention possible motives for his actions.
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