Authorities say the gunman in the New Jersey supermarket shooting fired at at least six employees, including one outside the store, before killing himself.
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Two co-workers, an 18-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man, died in the hail of bullets.
Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan says gunman Terence Tyler, a former Marine, had only worked at the store since Aug. 20.
Kaplan says Tyler left the store about 3:30 a.m. Friday, drove off and returned about 20 minutes later in desert camouflage clothing.
He says Tyler fired outside at one employee, who ran inside and warned co-workers as Tyler entered.
The prosecutor says Tyler then fired at five employees in one aisle, killing two. He then drew a handgun and shot himself.
Tyler was a trained rifleman at Twentynine Palms from March 2008 through February 2010.
An uncle said that Tyler was discharged from the Marines two years ago after suffering from depression.
10News learned Tyler lived in an apartment on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard from April 2010 to September 2010.
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