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Two People Are Reportedly Shot at Boca Raton Bank UPDATED

There has been a reported shooting at the Comerica Bank on North Military Trail.

Multiple Boca Raton Police units have arrived on the scene.

One report says police have not been able to confirm the shooting.

But another is saying that at least two people have been shot at the bank.

According to, the shooting appears to be from a domestic dispute.

The two people reportedly were shot inside the bank. There is no word on the extent of the injuries.

Boca Police said the scene at 1675 N. Military Trail is secure but are asking the public to stay out of the area.

UPDATE: The shootings reportedly were apparently a murder-suicide.

According to initial reports, a man shot his wife on the fifth floor of the building before turning the gun on himself.

Police are expected to hold a news conference this morning.

UPDATE 2: Boca Raton Police have identified the woman as 56-year old Sharon Bellingham, an accountant manager at CBIZ and Mayer Hoffman McCann accountants. The accounting firm is located on the fifth floor of the building at 1675 N. Military Trail.

Bellingham, a mother of 2, was shot and killed by her husband, Scott Edgerton, 63, who then turned the gun on himself.

"This appears to be a domestic situation in which the male shot the victim, and then killed himself," Boca Raton police Chief Dan Alexander told the media this morning.

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