The New York Post: Suspect in ‘targeted’ Annapolis shooting said to have vendetta against the newspaper

Authorities have identified the suspected gunman behind Thursday’s deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. — which they described as a “targeted attack” on the newspaper.

Local law enforcement officials told CNBC that Jarrod Ramos, 38, was the person who walked into the Gazette newsroom and opened fire, killing five and injuring several others.

Read: At least 5 killed in shooting at Annapolis newspaper

Anne Arundel County police officials said at a press conference Thursday night that he “had some sort of vendetta” against the local paper — and was making threats “indicating violence” on social media, though it’s unclear why.

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