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Pennsylvania Supermarket Shooting: 2 People Dead: Shooter An Ex-Trooper

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PHILIPSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania State Police say the gunman in a supermarket shooting is a retired state trooper, and the woman he shot before killing himself was his wife.
    
State police spokeswoman Maria Finn said Thursday that troopers were working to notify their closest relatives, holding up public identification of the two.
    
A woman who said she spoke with witnesses from inside the store told reporters she believes the victim is her sister, who had a restraining order against her husband.
    
The shooting occurred Thursday morning at County Market in Philipsburg, about 25 miles northwest of State College.

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PHILIPSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania State Police say two people are dead after a shooting inside a supermarket in central Pennsylvania.
    
Trooper Matthew Reifer with state police in Clearfield says the shooting inside County Market in Philipsburg is suspected to be a murder-suicide, but the matter is under investigation.
    
Reifer says someone called 911 shortly after 10 a.m. to say there was a shooting. He says when police arrived, they found two people dead.
    
No one answered the phone at the store late Thursday morning.

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