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Authorities in Maryland say they do not yet know the motive of the gunman who sprayed The Capital Gazette group newsroom in the Maryland capital of Annapolis with gunfire.

Anne Arundel County Acting Police Chief Bill Krampf told reporters that the newspaper had received threats via social media but could not confirm if they were made by the suspect.

He said the threats “indicated violence” but did not appear to target anyone in particular.

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