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Shoppers who fled from a Florida Publix store after a gunman opened fire on Thursday – killing a woman and her 1-year-old grandchild before turning the gun on himself – had the chance to return to the scene on Friday morning to retrieve their belongings, police said. 

The Public Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) allowed any shoppers who were at the Royal Palm Beach Publix store during Thursday morning’s shooting to return anytime between 9 a.

m. and noon Friday to collect their personal items, the department announced on Twitter. 



Just after 11:30 a.m. Thursday, 55-year-old Timothy J. Wall allegedly shot a woman and her grandson, who was just shy of 2 years old, before turning the gun on himself, police have said. The Publix grocery store is situated in a strip mall that also houses restaurants and stores. 

The identities of the victims will not be released as the family has invoked Marsy’s Law, which prevents law enforcement from making public any information related to crime victims. 

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    June 10, 2021; Royal Palm Beach, FL, USA; Three people including a child are dead after a shooting at Publix plaza in Royal Palm Beach Thursday June 10, 2021. (Meghan McCarthy-USA TODAY NETWORK)

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    Police gather at the Publix shopping center where police say 3 people were shot and killed inside the store in Royal Palm Beach, Florida on June 10, 2021.(USA TODAY NETWORK)

The sheriff’s office initially said investigators believed the shooter and the victims knew each other. Later Thursday, a PBSO spokesperson said there was no "known motive or relationship between the gunman and the victims."


Detectives are still investigating the circumstances of the shooting. Officials have said the store will remain closed until Saturday.

Fox News' Louis Casiano and Brie Stimson contributed to this report. 

Stephanie Pagones is a Digital Reporter for FOX Business and Fox News. Follow her on Twitter at @steph_pagones.

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for robbing four liquor stores at gunpoint in 2018 in Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland.

A federal jury on Oct. 20 convicted Donte Lamont Dingle, 47, of the following charges: four counts of interference with commerce by robbery; a conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery; four counts of using, carrying, and brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence; and being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, in connection with the robberies of four liquor stores.

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In each robbery between June 6, 2018 and July 12, 2018, Dingle brandished a gun and wore costumes and disguises, according to a statement from the office. He is known by the following aliases: Kane, Donte Dingol, Donta Dingle, and Dante Dingle.

After Dingle entered each store and brandished a pistol at the victims, he forced them to empty the money from the cash registers into the bag and threatened them with death or serious bodily injury, according to the statement. He then forced the victims into a room in the rear of the store and fled to a waiting getaway car. During the July 12, 2018, robbery in Reisterstown, Dingle loaded the gun and pointed it at a clerk, threatening to shoot the clerk in the head if the clerk did not comply, the statement said.

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Dingle stole about $10,000 total from the four stores, according to the statement.

Dingle’s DNA was recovered from a fake mustache he had left on the floor behind the counter during the June 6 robbery, as well as from other clothing, wigs, glasses, and items he wore and a silver .380-caliber pistol seized by police during the execution of a search warrant. His fingerprint was recovered from a bag of chips he stole but left at the scene of the July 12 robbery.

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