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Hundreds Remember Indiana Factory Shooting Victims

MONTICELLO, Ind. (AP) _ More than 200 people gathered for a prayer vigil outside the northern Indiana furniture factory where police say a man ambushed his estranged wife and a co-worker before killing himself.

Pastors and family members of the victims spoke to the crowd Thursday evening at Jordan Manufacturing Co. in Monticello (mahn-tuh-SEL'-oh).

The Herald Journal and WLFI-TV report musicians performed hymns and mourners lit candles in memory of 43-year-old Delia Gonzalez of Monon and 42-year-old Augustin Oliver of Logansport. Authorities say 42-year-old Israel Rogel of Wolcott shot them Tuesday in the parking lot as they returned from a break.

Jordan Manufacturing president Dave Jordan says the community's support since the attack has been helpful.

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