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Gunman kills 1, injures 4 at Nashville coffee shop on Easter Sunday

A gunman opened fire at a Nashville coffee shop, leaving at least one person dead and four others injured, during Easter brunch, Nashville police said. “Detectives are working to determine the motive for this gunman opening fire during Sunday brunch at Roasted on Garfield St.,” Metro Nashville Police posted on X, formerly Twitter. Police released images of the suspected shooter and his car. Police said the shooting happened around 3 p.m., when a man opened fire inside the coffee shop, striking five people, and killing one man. Shortly after arriving at the scene, police released surveillance photos of the alleged gunman. 5 WOUNDED AT DETROIT CLUB IN SHOOTING OVER PARKING DISPUTE “There was an altercation between two men at Roasted. Sunday brunch was being served. During that time period, the altercation occurred and escalated, very sharply, to one of the men pulling a gun and firing multiple shots,” Metro Police’s Don Aaron said in a press conference. JACKSONVILLE BEACH SHOOTINGS LEAVE 1 DEAD, 3 HOSPITALIZED; POLICE LOOKING FOR MULTIPLE SUSPECTS Police said they believe the person the gunman was having an issue with was the one who was fatally shot. EX-ESPN STAR RIPS AARON RODGERS AFTER JETS STAR PUSHES BACK ON SANDY HOOK CONSPIRACY CLAIMS “A total of 8 persons were transported from the scene,” Aaron continued. He said five people were shot, one of which died. Another person suffered a scratch and a pregnant woman went to the hospital for treatment due to a panic attack. Police added that this was not a shoot-out, and they have no indication that the people fighting knew each other. Authorities believe the gunman left the scene in a Mercedes GLS 450 based on surveillance footage. MAINE SHERIFF HAD PROBABLE CAUSE TO DETAIN MAINE GUNMAN BEFORE MASS SHOOTING, INDEPENDENT REPORT CLAIMS This coffee shop has not had significant issues in the past, according to authorities. Police added that this shooting was an isolated incident. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The police department’s homicide team is leading the investigation. Police said they are almost certain they have identified the gunman, but are not ready to release the suspected gunman’s name. Anyone with information that can help police is urged to call 615-862-8600. Fox News’ Samantha Daigle contributed to this report.

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