WA Man Admits Mall Killings, Had Mental Health Issues

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Arcan Cetin admitted committing five killings in a Burlington, Wa., Macy's department store last Friday night. He used a Ruger .22-caliber rifle with a 25-round magazine, reports the Seattle Times. His stepfather, David Marshall, said Cetin has battled mental-health issues. Skagit County Prosecuting Attorney Rich Weyrich said he did not know a motive for the . . .

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