In this image made from video provided by Channel 7 Australia, police run to take position in Ingleburn, an industrial section of Sydney, Australia, Monday, March 7, 2016, as they respond to a shooting. (Channel 7 Australia via AP Video)
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A man who police say fatally shot one person and wounded two others inside a western Sydney business was found dead inside the building after a six-hour standoff Monday.Heavily armed police moved into the sign-making business after spending hours positioned around the factory in an industrial area of Ingleburn, a suburb 40 kilometers (25 miles) southwest of Sydney. Police also found three other people hiding inside the building and escorted them outside, Brett said. Police do not know what prompted the shooting, Brett said.
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