Aaron Alexis Used Shotgun, Handgun to Kill at D.C. Navy Yard, Police Say

The alleged suspect also had valid access to the Washington facility.

Valarie Parlave, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, told reporters Tuesday, Sept. 17 at a news conference that the Navy Yard shooting suspect used a shotgun and a handgun, possibly obtained from one of his victims, in his shooting rampage on Monday.

Valarie Parlave, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, told reporters Tuesday, Sept. 17 at a news conference that the Navy Yard shooting suspect used a shotgun and a handgun, possibly obtained from one of his victims, in his shooting rampage on Monday.

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"Our evidence response teams remain at the Navy Yard and continue to process the scenes," she said. "This is a methodical and time-intensive process that includes bullet trajectory and crime scene mapping."

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