Four Killed in Cherokee Place Business Incubator Shooting in St. Louis

Four killed in Cherokee Place Business incubator shooting in St. Louis, Mo.

BREAKING:  Four people killed in Cherokee Street business shooting in St. Louis, Mo., Thursday afternoon. Police say two men and two women were killed inside the Cherokee Place Business Incubator at 2715 Cherokee Street. Reports are that at least one man and two women were taken into custody. The building is owned by Will Liebermann.

St. Louis Police Capt. Michael Sack said the shooter appeared to be an employee or owner of the health care business, AK Home Health Care, and that the victims were employees. No one else was injured. Developing. Stay tuned for updates.

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 Four Killed in Cherokee Place Business Incubator Shooting in St. Louis
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