SYDNEY — On March 6 in Sydney, police say a gunman in Ingleburn entered a factory building and opened fire on workers, killing a 43-year-old man and wounding two others.
Upon searching the building, police found the body of a man believed to be the gunman, with what they say appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The two men wounded in the attack received medical attention. One was shot in the shoulder, while the other was shot in the leg. Officials appear to have identified the 33-year-old attacker, but have yet to reveal a name.
Another man at the Inline Signage factory was arrested for interfering with police protocol. Officials are now investigating the incident to uncover a motive, but do not believe the shooting was terrorism-related.