Dallas Salon Shooting May Be Linked to Wider Attacks on Asian Businesses
The New York Times
The police said that a burgundy minivan that was spotted fleeing the salon shooting, which wounded three women, resembled vehicles seen at other recent shootings around Asian businesses.
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