SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A man who fatally shot three fellow UPS drivers appears to have felt disrespected by co-workers, but it’s not clear if that was the motivation for the bloodshed, a police official said Friday.
The San Francisco Police Department official could not provide details and cautioned it’s one of several possible motives for Wednesday’s shooting. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing and the San Francisco police are not discussing the case publicly.
Jimmy Lam, 38, opened fire at a morning meeting of UPS drivers at a company warehouse in San Francisco before the drivers went out on deliveries. Lam and the victims worked out of the warehouse.
Shaun Vu, a senior UPS driver, has said Lam also struggled with personal issues and was depressed a few years ago. He had shown improvement, but Vu said Lam looked troubled a few weeks ago….
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