Sang Ho Kim has been identified as the gunman who walked into Savenergy, a lighting fixture at 645 South St. and opened fire at the owner and an employee, Police Chief Steve Skrynecki said in a press conference.
On Sept. 25, we learned that Sang Ho Kim, 63, shot two people, one fatally, due to a “work-related motive” in Garden City, New York.
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Nassau County police are currently searching for Sang Ho Kim, who they say is “armed and very dangerous.”
The shooting took place just after 10 a.m., Police Chief Steve Skrynecki said in a press conference.
“The motive here appears to be a work-related motive,” he told the public. “There was some disgruntlement between him and the company he was attacking. We have nothing to suggest that this individual is on a random, shooting rampage.”
Sang Ho did used to work for the vendor, but police are not sure what exactly sparked the shooting.
Schools & Malls Reopen After Put On Lock Down
After firing two shots, one fatal, he fled the scene and headed toward the Roosevelt Field Mall in a Honda Pilot with a New York license plate: FMA-3648. The mall was put on lockdown around 10:45 a.m. and didn’t reopen until shortly after 3:00 p.m.
Public schools were also under lockdown until 1:54 p.m., Superintendent Robert Feirsen said.
Additionally Nassau County Community College has now lifted their lockdown, Steve said.
The police chief also added that they did not believe he was in the immediate area, but they do believe he is “armed and very dangerous.”
HollywoodLife.com will continue to update you as the story develops.
— Emily Longeretta