PLYMOUTH, England (Reuters) -British police on Friday named Jake Davison as the man who went on a shooting rampage that killed five people including a very young girl in the city of Plymouth before taking his own life, possibly with a pump-action shotgun.
Police were called at 6:10 pm on Thursday in Plymouth and were on the scene in six minutes.
Devon and Cornwall Police Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer said Davison, 22, killed a very young girl and a relative of the girl. Davison had a firearms licence.
“There is no motive, as we know, at present time, again, that will be subject to inquiry,” Sawyer said.
“We are at the moment not considering terrorism or a relationship with any far right group or any such other group,” he said.
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