1 killed in shooting at Middle Tennessee armory

  • July 9, 2014

LOBELVILLE, Tenn. – A shooting at a National Guard Armory in Tennessee has left one man dead and police searching for a suspect.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokesman Josh DeVine said the shooting happened about 5 p.m. Wednesday in Perry County, about 75 miles southwest of Nashville. The identity of the man who was killed was not immediately released.

DeVine said investigators haven’t determined a motive or the circumstances of the shooting but are following several leads in terms of identifying a suspect.

He said at least one other person may have been inside the armory in the town of Lobelville when the shooting happened, but it wasn’t known whether there were any witnesses.


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