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Las Vegas Suspects Were 'White Supremacists'
The pair who fatally shot two Las Vegas officers and a civilian before killing themselves were reportedly white supremacists who targeted police.
The two suspects were married, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. They killed themselves in an apparent suicide pact.
Their identities have not been released but their home was being raided by police.
The Review-Journal said investigators had found paraphernalia associated with white supremacy theories as well as swastikas.
The attack at a CiCi's Pizza restaurant on Sunday killed Officers Alyn Beck, 41, and Igor Soldo, 31, who were both husbands and fathers.
One of the shooters yelled: "This is a revolution".
The two suspects, a man and a woman, then fled to a Walmart across the street, where they gunned down a person just inside the front door and exchanged gunfire with police before killing themselves.
The officers were "having lunch when they were ambushed", Las Vegas police said in a statement.
Both officers were pronounced dead at hospital.
Mr Beck had been with the department since 2001 and leaves behind a wife and three children. Mr Soldo had been with the force since 2006 and is survived by a wife and baby.
A witness, Pauline Pacheco, was shopping at Wal-Mart when she saw the armed man and grabbed her father to escape, KLAS-TV reported.
"We saw when the man was walking, he was shouting, yelling bad words, and suddenly he had a gun," she told KLAS-TV.
"It was terrible, it was terrible. That man was crazy."
Both the pizza restaurant and the Walmart store remained closed while detectives carried out forensic investigations.