5 DEAD AFTER ATTACK ON MARYLAND NEWSPAPER OFFICE

Police in the US say a gunman suspected of killing 5 people at the offices of a newspaper had ‘history’ with the publication.

Smoke bombs were thrown before shots were fired at employees at the Capital Gazette’s building in Maryland.

A 38-year-old man has been arrested.

It’s reported the suspect, Jarrod Ramos, burned his fingertips to try and avoid being identified.

The paper has been printed today with a special memorial to those that died.

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