UPDATED: The Victims Of The Minneapolis Workplace Shooting

Six people, including the shooter, died following the incident at Accent Signage Systems. Two others remain in the care of HCMC.

The names of all those who died following the mass shooting at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis have been released along with the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's reports.

Andrew Engeldinger, 36

Andrew Engeldinger of Minneapolis was the shooter involved in Thursday's incident.

Engeldinger was a Richfield native who reportedly struggled with mental illness for many years. After being let go from his job at Accent Signage Systems, he returned and carried out the shootings. He then turned the gun on himself. The medical examiner's report states he died after a self-inflicted gun shot wound to the head.

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Rami Cooks, 62

Rami Cooks of Minnetonka was one of those critically wounded and taken to HCMC following the incident Thursday. According to the medical examiner's report, he died as a result of a gunshot wound to the head at 11:18 p.m. He was shot around 4:35 p.m.

Cooks was a native of Israel who worked at Accent Signage as a production manager, according to American Jewish World.

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Keith Basinski, 50

Keith Basinski of Spring Lake Park was one of the four victims found dead at the scene Thursday. He died as the result of multiple gunshot wounds at 4:35 p.m., according to the medical examiner's report. He worked as a UPS driver.

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Ronald Edberg, 58

Ronald Edberg of Brooklyn Center was also one of the four victims found dead on the scene when police arrived. The medical examiner's report says he died as the result of multiple gunshot wounds.

Jacob Beneke, 34

Jacob Beneke of Maple Grove was also found dead at the scene. He died as the result of multiple gunshot wounds, according to the medical examiner's report.

Beneke was a mixed media sculpture artist and active volunteer at the Maple Grove Arts Center, according Maple Grove Arts Center Executive Director Lorrie Link.

His time of death, like the others found at the scene, was 4:35 p.m.

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Reuven Rahamim, 61

Reuven Rahamim of St. Louis Park was the founder and owner of Accent Signage Systems.

Rahamim lived on Basswood Road in the Fern Hill Neighborhood of St. Louis Park. He also attended the Beth El Synagogue, where he was on the board of directors.

He was dead on police arrival at 4:35 p.m. The medical examiner report stated he died as the result of multiple gunshot wounds to the head.

St. Louis Park Patch:

**Three others were injured during the incident. One was treated and released, while two others remain in HCMC care.**

John Souter

John Souter of Wayzata was director of operations at Accent Signage Systems and was upgraded from critical to serious condition early Friday afternoon. Souter has worked for Accent Signage since 2005.

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Eric Rivers

Eric Rivers is a production manager at Accent Signage Systems. He remains in critical condition.

Richfield Patch will continue to update readers as more information becomes available.


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