Man shot, killed at Amazon fulfillment center in Jacksonville, 2 others shot

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said a 20—year-old man was shot and killed Monday afternoon while he was in a job application line at the Amazon fulfillment center in Jacksonville, FL. JSO said two other men were shot, but they are expected to survive.

Police said investigators are looking for three suspects — two shooters and a get-a-way driver. Police have released a picture of the suspected get-a-way car. Investigators are also talking to at least 10 witnesses to gather more information.

The man died in what police said was a targeted shooting. Two male suspects exited a silver vehicle and started shooting at the man outside the center. The two suspects then ran back to the car, where a driver was waiting, and fled the scene, police said. They are working on establishing the motive.


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