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florio's and morning friday as investigators trying to cover the motive behind a deadly attack authorities are calling an act of domestic terrorism i'm zac gorman for reuters in chattanooga tennessee outside the military recruiting center where the f. b. i. says twenty four year old mohamad jusuf abdel aziz opened fire thursday raking the front of the building with bullets heat and race six miles from here to a u. s. navy reserve base were shot and killed four u. s. marines before dying in a gun fight , it was there that i saw fear investigators still on the scene at two o'clock in the morning they're digging into every aspect of abdel aziz background trying to understand just why he carried out this attack , we are checking every possible place that he could resign or , visited where he shopped where he , went to school %HESITATION who is friends were or where he worked out at a gym %HESITATION every possible lead we know until this is is a kuwaiti born naturalized u. s. citizen grew up here in chattanooga got a degree in engineering from the university of tennessee , and residents of his suburban neighborhood telling reuters and they are shocked someone that they know could have carried out such an attack , investigators believe this was a so called lone wolf attack possibly inspired by the islamic state the jihadist militants are called on followers to attack american targets during the holy month of ramadan friday marking the last day of that festival for now officials are calling on americans to keep the victims and their families in their thoughts and prayers as they grieve and grapple with the enormity of this tragedy