NJ Supermarket Shooting Victim Is Mourned

The second victim will be laid to rest Thursday

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    Family and friends mourn the shooting death of Bryan Breen in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Ida Siegal has the story. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012)

    Hundreds gathered to mourn a man who was one of two employees killed by a co-worker at a New Jersey Pathmark last week.

    Services for Bryan Breen, 24, took place at the Waitt Funeral Home in Old Bridge. Burial followed at Chestnut Hill Cemetery.     

    First Wake Held for Pathmark Shooting Victims

    [NY] First Wake Held for Pathmark Shooting Victims
    Family and friends gathered Tuesday to remember Bryan Breen, who was slain in a shooting rampage at a supermarket in New Jersey last week. Ida Siegal has the story. (Published Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012)

    "Bryan... was a great son, a great nephew, and a great friend who touched the lives of all people he knew," his uncle told reporters.

    The funeral for 18-year-old Cristina LoBrutto will be held Thursday morning at St. Ambrose Church.     

    Ex-Marine Kills 2, Self in NJ Supermarket Shootout

    [NY] Ex-Marine Kills 2, Self in NJ Supermarket Shootout
    An ex-Marine killed two coworkers and himself Friday morning after bursting through the glass windows of a closed New Jersey supermarket with an AK-47 and automatic handgun, officials said. Pat Battle reports. (Published Friday, Aug. 31, 2012)

    Authorities say Terence Tyler shot and killed Breen and LoBrutto Friday during the overnight shift at the Pathmark in Old Bridge.     

    The 23-year-old was discharged from the Marines in 2010 after suffering from depression. Authorities say he committed suicide at the store.    

    Pathmark Shooter's Uncle: "I Apologize"

    [NY] Pathmark Shooter's Uncle: "I Apologize"
    When Pathmark gunman Terence Tyler's mother died five years ago, he announced to relatives that he wanted to join the military and go to war. Brian Thompson has the details. (Published Friday, Aug. 31, 2012)

    A sign in the window of Pathmark Wednesday read "In Memory of Cristina and Bryan."

    "Old Bridge is heartbroken," one mourner said.

    Suspected Gunman Wanted to Go to War

    [NY] Suspected Gunman Wanted to Go to War
    Terence Tyler is the man that police say opened fire early Friday morning at a Pathmark grocery store in New Jersey. A relative tells News 4 that Tyler was an avid riflesman and as News 4's Marc Santia found out, he wanted to trade his Brooklyn home for the battlefield of war. (Published Friday, Aug. 31, 2012)

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