Police continue to investigate Old Bridge Pathmark shooting

OLD BRIDGE - Emotions are still high today in Old Bridge after two Pathmark employees were shot and killed inside the grocery store on Route 9.

The grocery store remained closed today, with the parking lot still surrounded by crime tape. Police were on the scene trying to determine where employee Terence Tyler fired off 16 shots from an AK-47, killing two of his co-workers.

The 23-year-old ex-Marine took his own life after killing Cristina LoBrutto and Bryan Breen. Tyler lived in the complex behind the Pathmark, according to officials.

Police say they found a shotgun in his car, in addition to the AK-47 and handgun he had in his possession.

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