MINNEAPOLIS -- A sixth person has died following a workplace shooting in Minneapolis Thursday evening.
Minneapolis police announced the death late Friday afternoon. No details about the victim's identity have been released.
Authorities say 36-year-old Andrew J. Engeldinger of Minneapolis opened fire at Accent Signage Systems after being let go from the company on Thursday.
Five people including the shooter died at the scene. Two others remained hospitalized Friday at Hennepin County Medical Center, one in critical condition and the other in serious condition.
So far, authorities have identified two of the victims: company ownerReuven Rahamim and UPS driver Keith Basinski.
Sources tell KARE 11 that Rami Cooks, a production manager at Accent Signage Systems, is also among the dead.