Man shoots woman outside Sunrise church, then himself

 

eadearmas@MiamiHerald.com

A woman was shot Sunday afternoon outside Faith Center Ministries in Sunrise by a man who police suspect was her ex-boyfriend.

Sunrise police said the man shot himself after shooting the woman, who was heading to her car with her 12-year-old daughter after an event at the church, 5555 NW 95th Ave., about 1 p.m. The woman drove away, but was not able to get far. Her daughter was not harmed.

The woman and man were taken to a hospital, where the man died. Police said the woman was recovering at Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale. The extent of her wounds was not disclosed.

Police did not immediately identify the man and woman, and no motive was known.

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