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>> Authorities still won't confirm the identity of the shooter who opened fire on a crowd at a strip mall in Houston Monday. Nor can they say what his motive was. But police will confirm that the shooter, whom they previously described as a disgruntled lawyer, was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police.
And was wearing a military uniform with Nazi symbols.>> He was wearing military style apparel. I don't know exactly what nationality, what army or anything like that. We did find some old Nazi emblems about some of his personal effects. And, I understand there are also some where he lived.
To what extent that played I don't know, because there's also other, what I would refer to as historic or vintage military stuff within the apartment going back to the Civil War.>> Authorities saying they have no evidence of a connection to terrorist groups, and believe he acted alone.
Police say the FBI and ATF are assisting in the investigation and that the man was found with two weapons on him, with more weapons discovered at his home. The suspect shot randomly into a crowd or commuters hitting six people. Three others were hit by debris. Monday's ambush follows a series of attacks in US shopping malls in the past few days, including a stabbing attack in a mall in Minnesota, and a shooting spree at a Washington state mall over the weekend that left five dead.