MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A man who killed four people at a Minneapolis sign company said "oh really" when he learned he was being fired, then pulled out a gun and started shooting.
That's according to police reports released Friday.
The reports say Andrew Engeldinger shot two top managers at Accent Signage. Several shots were fired in a struggle with the men.
They say Engeldinger then shot owner Reuven Rahamim twice in the head at close range. The report quotes an aide to Rahamim saying the owner was on the floor, holding wounded operations director John Souter, when Engeldinger shot Rahamim twice.
She told police Engeldinger was calm and moved methodically during the attack.
Police found Engeldinger dead in a chair in the basement, with his gun near his feet.