Mpls. Neighborhood Mourns Workplace Shooting Victims
A Minneapolis neighborhood is in mourning after a mass shooting at a Minneapolis business.
A memorial outside Accent Signage Systems is growing in honor of the five victims who lost their lives in Minnesota's deadliest workplace shooting.
The crime tape at the scene of the shooting has been replaced by flowers, notes and candles.
Over the weekend many neighbors gathered together at the memorial, hoping to make sense of the tragedy.
Neighbor Jill Behke said, "I had to come and see for myself that this actually happened. It wasn't enough to see the pictures or read the articles. I feel like I need closure about it right now."
Friends and family gathered Sunday to honor the owner of the business, Reuven Rahamim. His funeral was held at the Bethel Synagogue in St. Louis Park.
Rahamim immigrated to the United States from Israel. He will be laid to rest there.
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