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police and city officials on Sunday said there was no clear motive for the gunman behind Friday's Virginia beach mass shooting city manager David Hanson told reporters at a news conference that this suspect didn't have any apparent outstanding issues with colleagues or managers and he was %HESITATION %HESITATION in good standing within his department and that %HESITATION there were no issues of %HESITATION disappoint on going the suspect Dwayne Craddick had worked for the city's public utilities department for about fifteen years and on Friday afternoon officials said he entered a municipal building and opened fire killing at least twelve and wounding several others he died after an extensive shootout with police he was a coworker of most of the victims who were better in public works employees and engineers with decades of combined experience were all heartbroken about what happened in Virginia beach democratic Virginia senator mark Warner called for bipartisan action on gun legislation to prevent further gun violence in America including universal background checks this just doesn't happen in other civilized nations at this level of violence I have felt that we ought to take steps against Arafat weapons the suppressors %HESITATION I'd like to hear what the legitimate reason is in terms of either self defense or hunting , the local community held a vigil and prayer service for families of the victims late Saturday and mayor Bobby Dyer said the coastal resort city quote will not be defined by this horror