September 2016: Man Armed with Shotgun Kills Five at Mall in Burlington, Wash.

Updated August 5, 2020 | Infoplease Staff

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1. Native Mosquitoes in Miami Test Positive for Zika 2. ITT Tech Closes its Doors 3. Wells Fargo Fined 4. U.S. Open Winners 5. Miss Arkansas Wins Miss America 6. NCAA Leaves North Carolina 7. U.S. and Israel Reach $38 Billion Deal 8. Government Recalls Samsung Note 7 9. Police Kill Tyre King in Columbus 10. Playwright Edward Albee Dies 11. Tensions Mount Over Dakota Access Pipeline 12. Police Kill Terence Crutcher in Tulsa 13. Bombs in New York and New Jersey 14. ISIS Claims Responsibility for Nine Stabbed at Minnesota Mall 15. Sound of Music's Charmian Carr Dies 16. Police Kill Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte 17. Angelina Jolie Files for Divorce 18. Billionaire Leon Cooperman Charged with Insider Trading 19. Millions Are Compromised in Yahoo Hack 20. Man Armed with Shotgun Kills Five in Burlington, Wash. 21. Golf Legend Arnold Palmer Dies 22. Pitcher José Fernandez Dies in Boating Accident 23. Clinton v. Trump in First Presidential Debate 24. Police Kill Black Man in San Diego 25. Congress Denies Obama's Veto 26. School Shooting in South Carolina 27. Train Crash in Hoboken, New Jersey
Man Armed with Shotgun Kills Five at Mall in Burlington, Wash.
Image of flowers and signs as a memorial to the vicitms of the shooting
On Friday, Sept. 23, 2016, five people are fatally shot in Washington state. The shooting takes place at Cascade Mall in Burlington, a town north of Seattle. The suspected shooter is Arcan Cetin, 20, who is arrested after a 24-hour manhunt and face five counts of first-degree murder. According to the police, when they found Cetin, he did not run but complied with instructions and did not say anything. A state patrol spokesperson, Sergeant Mark Francis states, "We feel confident we have the shooter. Whether or not anyone else was involved, that will be determined."
Photo source: AP Photo/Stephen Brashear
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