Louisville shooter bought weapon legally, officials say

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Louisville Interim Police Chief Jackie Gwinn-Villaroel confirmed the gunman who opened fire at a bank in the city’s downtown area had purchased the weapon legally. Mayor Craig Greenberg also said that he knew the fifth shooting victim who died overnight.

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