published Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Shotgun shells found in car of FedEx shooter

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    Scott Kramer, 42, father of Geddy Kramer, the 19 year-old shooter at the Kennesaw Georgia Federal Express Ground facility, prepares talk to media in Acworth Georgia in this file photo.
    Photo by Associated Press /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

ATLANTA — A court document says a can containing 55 12-gauge shotgun shells was found in the car driven by a man who shot six coworkers at a FedEx facility near Atlanta.

Other things found in the car driven by Geddy Kramer included maps and a Post-it note, but the document didn't indicate whether anything was written on the note. The items were listed on a court document filed by a Cobb County police officer who carried out a search warrant on the burgundy 2006 Honda, which was parked in the facility's parking lot.

Authorities say Kramer arrived at the FedEx facility in Kennesaw early Tuesday morning and shot six coworkers before fatally shooting himself.

A 28-year-old security guard who was the first person shot and the most seriously injured was in serious condition Thursday. Two others were also still in the hospital and three had been released.

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