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Gunman who murdered parents at retirement home after shooting at exA gunman who murdered his parents at a retirement home after s

hooting his ex-wife has been found dead, authorities have confirmed. Bruce Rogal, 59, opened fire on his former wife as she was on her driveway during t

he rampage in West Chester on Wednesday evening. She was unhurt, but he then shot dead his parents William and Nancy at Bellingham Retirement Community in Pennsylvania, US. The gunman was on the run but the District Attorney at Chester County has confirmed Rogal has been found dead. District Attorney Th

omas Hogan wrote on Facebook: Bruce Rogal is dead. There is no ongoing threat in Ches

ter County. All law enforcement personnel involved are unhurt. It is a tragedy that the defendant killed his elderly parents. All of the first responders did a tremendous job under enormous pressure. Details will

follow at a later time. The retirement home was on lockdown (Image: NBC10) The shooting happened on Wednesday (Image: NBC10) The District Attorneys Facebook post (Image: Facebook) The 59-year-old had been ser

ved with his final divorce order, which awarded his home to his ex-wife, police said. R

ogal drove to his former spouses home in West Bradford Township and shot at her as she changed oil in a car in her driveway. The suspect then drove to Bellingham Retirement Community, a nursing home where his father William and mother Nancy lived. He shot and killed them both. Rogal was believed to be driving a 2002 silver Honda Odyssey with the Pennsylva心水宝贝论坛402288 nia licence plate ENN 3549. The gun rampage sparked a huge lockdown which stretched for miles in the area surrounding the retirement home, on East Boot Road. Staff at the old peoples home were placed on lockdown for hours while police and emergency services attended the scene. DA Tom Hogan speaking to reporters (Image: TWITTER/@Vellastrations) Mike Galczyk was on his way to pick up daug

hter Cayley, who works as a server at Bellingham, when she sent him a text message. She’s texting us saying she’s hiding inside with her team, he said. She told us to stay safe out here. A woman waiting outside the commu

nity also told NBC10 her daughter was a server there and that she and her colleagues were locked down. Rogal was considered armed and extremely dangerous.

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