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UPDATE: FedEx Shooter Identified

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KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) - Police in Georgia have identified the gunman who shot six people at a FedEx package-sorting center before taking his own life as 19-year-old Geddy L. Kramer of Acworth.

A press release from the Cobb County Police Department says Kramer drove up to a guard shack and shot the security guard inside, then went in and shot five more people.
    
Three of the victims were critically wounded, though only one remained in critical condition by Tuesday afternoon. Police say three were in stable condition, and two others were treated and released

A witness says Kramer was armed with an assault rifle, a knife and had bullets strapped across his chest "like Rambo."
    
FedEx clerk Liza Aiken said she looked up and saw him before he opened fire inside the package-sorting station Tuesday morning. She was talking to a reporter outside when a woman in a FedEx jacket told her to stop and led her away.

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