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Brookfield, WI – Azana Spa, seven people were shot and three killed.

giuseppe appetecchia By giuseppe appetecchia | October 21, 2012 | United States

This morning at the Azana Spa across the street from the Brookfield Square mall at least seven people were shot and three killed.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Today's TMJ4 are reporting that the suspect in the shooting, 45-year-old Radcliffe Haughton, was found dead inside the Spa. Police are asking anyone with information about Haughton to call Police who are on the scene at Haughton's home on Glenbrook Road. Just before 3:30, police began carrying furniture out of the Spa, individuals were being allowed to go to their cars unescorted in the east parking lot of Brookfield Square, facing the spa. Police confirmed there was an improvised explosive device (IED) inside the spa, which was complicating the process of clearing the spa. A bomb squad was called to the scene. WISN-TV reported that a bomb squad robot was moving toward Haughton's Brown Deer home just after 4 p.m. Patch has learned the man wanted by police is apparently the estranged husband of one of the hair stylists at the spa. All Radcliffe Haughton's weapons were to be turned over to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department as a condition of the restraining order, according to multiple reports. Haughton was a former Marine, according to multiple reports. A spa employee told Patch the hair stylist has been having problems since she left her husband. The man is believed to have slashed car tires in the parking lot of the spa and the business recently put up signs on most of its doors warning employees to keep them locked at all times.

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