Cops: Suspect in workplace shooting upset with pay
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – A report on shootings that killed the owners of a Boulder flooring store says the employee authorities say was responsible left his family a message the night before that he was going to meet with his bosses.The police summary report released Thursday says the employee, 50-year-old Robert Montgomery, also wrote in his journal a few days before the May 17 shootings about owners Sean and Staci Griffin, accusing them of cheating employees.Montgomery and the Griffins were found dead inside Boulder Stove & Flooring after police responded to reports of shots. Authorities say Montgomery shot himself in the head. The Griffins died of multiple gunshot wounds.Police say Montgomery was dissatisfied with his bosses and changes in the employees’ pay.
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