Victims of Old Bridge Pathmark shooting remembered at vigil

Friends and family gathered outside Old Bridge High School tonight to host a candlelight vigil honoring the victims of a deadly shooting at an Old Bridge Pathmark earlier today.

Eighteen-year-old Cristina LoBrutto and 24-year-old Bryan Breen, both Old Bridge High School graduates, were working the night shift together at Pathmark. That's when the suspected gunman, 23-year-old Terence Tyler, opened fire killing LoBrutto and Breen, before fatally shooting himself.

Bruce Kaplan, the Middlesex County prosecutor, confirmed that 23-year-old Terence Tyler had worked at the Pathmark just a couple of weeks.

Old Bridge Mayor Owen Henry said Tyler left the store this morning, then returned shortly afterward dressed in camouflage and toting more than one weapon.

Sayreville police, Perth Amboy police and Middlesex County Swat team responded when a 911 call went out. Two weapons were found, an AK-47 with multiple magazines and a handgun.

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