USA: Texas gunman's in-laws attended Sutherland Springs church — local sheriff

journalists (English): «Were they there yesterday?» Joe Tackitt, Wilson County Sheriff (English): «They were not here. They were not here. They came later in the afternoon by they were not here for the church service.» journalist English): «Do they live in this town? Joe Tackitt, Wilson County Sheriff (English): «No, they don't live in this town.» journalist (English) «So, do they live in... Еще the town that he lives in?» Joe Tackitt, Wilson County Sheriff (English): «I'm not sure.» journalist (English): «Why did they come in later in the afternoon?» Joe Tackitt, Wilson County Sheriff (English): «Because they heard about what had happened and I guess they were concerned.» SOT, journalist (English): «What will they do when they get back? How will they continue the processes?» SOT, Joe Tackitt, Wilson County Sheriff (English): «There's a lot of shell casings around, that they [investigators] are going to have to find. And still go through the church, see what else is in there they might need too.» Texas church gunman Devin Kelley's in-laws were attendees of the First Baptist Church, but not on the day of the attack, said Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt in Sutherland Springs on Monday. «We understand that his in-laws did attend this church at times,» said Tackitt. Asked whether they were present at the time of shooting, Tackitt responded negatively, adding, «Because they heard about what had happened and I guess they were concerned.» Authorities have reported that the gunman was found dead after escaping in his car, although it is unknown whether he killed himself or died from a gunshot fired by a local resident. The motive behind the attack has not yet been reported.

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