Police find suicide note, shotgun and ammunition during new search on Nashville shooter Audrey Hale,s home
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On April 4th, police conducted a search of the home of Nashville shooter Audrey Hale. According to reports, the search yielded a suicide note, a shotgun and ammunition.
The search of the home occurred after Hale opened fire on a group of individuals at a downtown Nashville park on April 2nd. The shooting left three people dead and four wounded.
The suicide note, which has not been released to the public, provided investigators with some insights into Hale's motive for the shooting.
The search of Hale's home also uncovered a shotgun, which is believed to be the weapon used in the shooting, as well as ammunition.
According to reports, the search was conducted by members of the Nashville Police Department and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Police have yet to confirm a motive for the shooting, but sources close to the investigation have stated that Hale may have been suffering from mental health issues, though further information has yet to be released.
The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.