Deadly shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Updated 5:55 PM ET, Thu July 23, 2015
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An FBI investigator works outside a military recruiting center where a gunman opened fire Thursday, July 16, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Authorities say Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez, 24, opened fire first on the recruiting station and then moved to a U.S. Navy facility seven miles away. At the Navy facility, he fatally shot four U.S. Marines and wounded three other people before he died in police gunfire. A U.S. Navy sailor later died from his wounds. John Bazemore/AP
Abdulazeez was born in Kuwait and had Jordanian citizenship, law enforcement officials said. He was a naturalized U.S. citizen. Hamilton County Sheriff
A woman places a balloon and flowers at a makeshift memorial outside the military recruiting center on Friday, July 17. John Bazemore/AP
The Rev. Drew McCallie prays during a church service in Chattanooga on July 16. John Bazemore/AP
Members of the FBI gather evidence at the scene of the recruiting center shooting on July 16. Jason Davis/Getty Images
A police car blocks the entrances to the U.S. Navy Reserve Center on July 16. Jason Davis/Getty Images
A car believed to be driven by Abdulazeez is seen on the grounds of the Navy facility. CNN
WTVC's Drew Bollea heard gunshots on Amnicola Highway near the Navy facility. Drew Bollea/WTVC
The gunman first opened fire at this military recruitment office located in a strip mall off Lee Highway in Chattanooga. Devon Sayers/CNN
The entrance to the military recruiting office is seen riddled with bullet holes on July 16. Courtesy Keith Wheatley
Blue evidence markers, believed to be the location of spent shell casings, can be seen here. Gina Mule, a server at a restaurant who took this photo, said she saw a man in a car firing a "high-powered rifle" at the recruiting offices at about 10:50 a.m. ET Thursday. Courtesy Gina Mule
An officer patrols the parking lot of the recruitment center. WRCB-TV via AP