Police arrest gunman in killing at Silicon Valley tech company

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The Mercury News is reporting that a 47-year-old man has been arrested after a manhunt after the man fatally shot three of his former co-workers at a Silicon Valley technology company. Jing Hua Wu was arrested at an intersection in Mountain View on Saturday, according to Lt. Mike Sellers from the Santa Clara Police.

Wu had been missing since he shot three people at the offices of where he previously worked, SiPort – a company that developed digital radio semiconductors. The victims were CEO Sid Agrawal, vice president of operations Brian Pugh and the head of human resources Marilyn Lewis. The police said that the reason for the shooting was that Wu was let go from his job at the company.

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