Gunman asking for job shoots 2 before killing self at Brooklyn iron shop

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PIX11) – The NYPD bomb squad is searched the home of a Brooklyn man that opened fired at a iron shop Monday before killing himself.

Cameron Waithe, 54, shot two unidentified victims inside C&A Iron Works after asking for a job before he barricaded himself in a back room just after 11 a.m., according to police.

No explosives were found at the Logan Street home in the City Line section of East New York.

Both victims were hospitalized and are in stable condition.

While Waithe was locked in the room, police said, he tossed out what looked like a pipe bomb.

According to authorities, the suspect finally turned the gun on himself during negotiations with police.

PIX11’s Anthony Gatto contributed to this report.

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