OLD BRIDGE - The Old Bridge Pathmark supermarket where two workers were shot and killed while they worked the overnight shift has reopened.
Candles, flowers and memorial signs surrounded a large banner in front of the store this morning for the victims, 18-year-old Cristina LoBrutto and 24-year-old Bryan Breen. Hundreds of mourners attended funeral services for both victims this week.
LoBrutto and Breen were killed last Friday by co-worker Terence Tyler, who then turned the gun on himself, authorities said. Tyler was discharged from the Marines in 2010 after suffering from depression. Investigators have given no motive for the shooting.
"The incident at our Old Bridge Pathmark store on Aug. 31 was a shock and tragedy for all of us. We are grateful for the outpouring of support we have received from the community of Old Bridge, and we look forward to once again serving our neighborhood residents," company spokesperson Marcy Connor told News 12 New Jersey this morning.
"At this time, our Old Bridge Pathmark store has been reopened," Connor said. "We remain in contact with local authorities to assist with the ongoing investigation, and we commend our associates and local law enforcement for their quick thinking and early response. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the families and friends of the victims."
The store had been closed since the shooting.
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