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St. Charles business owner found shot to death


MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Police in three metro-area cities are trying to connect the dots a day after a man killed at least two people, and possibly a third, before killing himself.

Authorities say 40-year-old Trace Gregory Maxwell of Minneapolis shot two women in a Minneapolis home, killing one and injuring the other. Then, authorities say he killed a man in Brooklyn Park.

The woman who died has been identified as 28-year-old Amy Alese Terborg. She died of multiple gunshot wounds. The Brooklyn Park victim was 38-year-old Jason Wesley Rand.

Inver Grove Heights police are also investigating whether the death of 46-year-old Bryan Andrew Fisher is linked.

Maxwell, who also went by Trace Henry, killed himself during a chase with police in Minneapolis. He died of a gunshot wound to the head.

Bryan Andrew Fisher was the CEO of Excel Manufacturing in St. Charles. Excel Manufacturing is the third largest employer in the city. The company makes industrial baling machines.

A preliminary examination reveals Fisher had apparently been shot, however, further investigation, including an autopsy need to be done in order to determine the actual cause of death.

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