Arizona Office Shooting Update: Body of suspected Phoenix gunman Arthur Harmon believed found, say police
(CBS/AP) PHOENIX - Phoenix police say they've found a body that matches the description of the suspected gunman in Wednesday's office shooting that killed a man and critically wounded another.
Authorities say the vehicle that 70-year-old Arthur Douglas Harmon was likely driving was found Thursday in a Mesa parking lot. Police say a body matching Harmon's description was found nearby. The person died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Harmon is the suspect in Wednesday morning's shooting at an office building. Police say he shot and killed the CEO of a company he had a contract dispute with, and wounded the company's attorney as well as another person.
It happened at the end of a mediation session over a lawsuit Harmon filed against the company.
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