Motive unclear in Maryland mall shooting

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
As the investigation into the deadly shooting at the Columbia Mall in Maryland continues, police say they still don't know why the suspect, Darion Aquilar, opened fire. Sources say investigators have searched his house and recovered a journal with entries suggesting he was a, "loner," who was unhappy with his life. Jeff Pegues reports.

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