Gunman in Milwaukee suburb kills three others and himself at salon

A shooting at a salon and spa in a Milwaukee suburb left three victims and the suspected shooter dead and four others injured. The Sunday morning shooting prompted a manhunt and lockdown of neighboring buildings as police searched for the suspect. A bomb squad also responded after a homemade explosive was found in the building. The suspect was eventually found dead inside.
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Authorities in the Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield, Wisconsin, say three people were killed and four injured in a Sunday morning shooting at a salon and spa. A makeshift bomb was discovered in the building, prompting a response from the Milwaukee Police Department's bomb squad.

Nearby buildings were locked down during the afternoon as police searched for the suspect, who was eventually found dead in the building. The man was identified as Radcliffe Franklin Haughton of Brown Deer, Wisconsin.

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