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Law enforcement at the Baton Rouge convenience store where multiple shooters killed three police officers Sunday morning and wounded three more are using a robot to check the shop for explosives, said police spokesperson L'Jean McKneely.
The B-Quick Convenience Store on Airline Highway is still a site of active shooting as of about noon Central time, McKneely added, as there is a "running gun fight" in the nearby parking lot. One shooting suspect has been killed by police but it is believed that two remain at large.
Update 5:31 p.m.: Baton Rouge law enforcement have identified a single gunman, Gavin Eugene Long, and say there has been no active shooter situation in Baton Rouge since Long was killed in a shootout with police Sunday morning.
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