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February 7, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A day after a Melrose Park factory shooting left five people dead, police sought to learn how the gunman, a convicted felon, was able to get the weapons he used. William D. Baker, 66, killed four people at the International Truck and Engine Corp. plant Monday before committing suicide. He was to report to prison for taking part in a theft ring at the plant in 1993-94. He used a .38-caliber pistol and an assault rifle, police said.
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February 7, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A day after a Melrose Park factory shooting left five people dead, police sought to learn how the gunman, a convicted felon, was able to get the weapons he used. William D. Baker, 66, killed four people at the International Truck and Engine Corp. plant Monday before committing suicide. He was to report to prison for taking part in a theft ring at the plant in 1993-94. He used a .38-caliber pistol and an assault rifle, police said.
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February 6, 2001 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The day before he was to report to prison for stealing from his ex-employer, a gunman with a golf bag full of weapons shot his way through the suburban Chicago plant Monday, killing four people and injuring four others before taking his own life. The assailant, 66-year-old William D. Baker, was fired in 1994 from Navistar International Corp. after company officials uncovered an internal theft ring.
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February 6, 2001 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The day before he was to report to prison for stealing from his ex-employer, a gunman with a golf bag full of weapons shot his way through the suburban Chicago plant Monday, killing four people and injuring four others before taking his own life. The assailant, 66-year-old William D. Baker, was fired in 1994 from Navistar International Corp. after company officials uncovered an internal theft ring.
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July 3, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Six Orthodox Jews were shot and wounded as they walked home from a synagogue in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Five of the victims were in serious condition, but no wounds were considered to be life-threatening, hospital officials said. There were no immediate arrests, and police had no explanation for the shootings. They came on the Sabbath, a time when Orthodox Jews do not operate vehicles. The Rogers Park neighborhood is home to a large number of Orthodox Jews.
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July 3, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Six Orthodox Jews were shot and wounded as they walked home from a synagogue in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago. Five of the victims were in serious condition, but no wounds were considered to be life-threatening, hospital officials said. There were no immediate arrests, and police had no explanation for the shootings. They came on the Sabbath, a time when Orthodox Jews do not operate vehicles. The Rogers Park neighborhood is home to a large number of Orthodox Jews.
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