Arizona Office Shooting Update: 3 injured, multiple rounds fired in shooting attack, report says
(CBS) -- Phoenix police said three people were injured in the Wednesday morning shooting at a Phoenix office building, CBS affiliate KPHO reports.
Police said the shooting suspect fired multiple rounds in what they believe was not a random attack. One person was critically injured while the other two victims had less severe injuries, according to the station.
Police are gathering details on the suspect and surrounded his home, interviewing his adult son, KPHO reports. Police said the suspect is married and they are trying to locate his wife.
Police believe the alleged gunman rented a white car before going to the building near 16th and Glendale Avenue. They said they believe he had issues with his home mortgage, according to the station.
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