MEMBERS of the public left floral tributes at the Plymouth shooting scene as the city continues to mourns the deaths of five people.
Officers are continuing to investigate areas within a large police cordon in Keyham after the shooting spree by gunman Jake Davison, 22, on Thursday.
Areas around Biddick Drive, where he shot dead his 51-year-old mother Maxine Davison, Sophie Martyn, aged three, and her 43-year-old father Lee Martyn, remained taped off at lunchtime yesterday.
A nearby park where Davison killed Stephen Washington, 59, is also behind a police cordon, as is Henderson Place, where the gunman shot Kate Shepherd, 66, who later died in hospital.
It comes after Davison’s YouTube page has revealed the mass-murderer as a rambling gun nut who follows the “Incel” movement.
He likes Incel TV – an online support group for “involuntary celibates” that is linked to male supremacy and misogyny. Incels believe they have no possibility of finding a partner to get love, validation or acceptance from.
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