UPDATE: Owner, 3 Employees Among Dead In Shocking Mass Murder At North Dakota Business. Motive Remains Mystery

April 02, 2019

Authorities have identified the four victims in the mass shooting at a Property Management Company in North Dakota. The deceased include the owner and three other employees.

“4 people found dead in a quadruple homicide yesterday at RJR Maintenance and Management in Mandan, North Dakota, have been identified as Robert Fakler, Adam Fuehrer, Lois Cobb, and Bill Cobb.

“Police have not arrested or identified a suspect in the killings.”

Police have not revealed any motivation in the grisly quadruple homicide, but an intense investigation is underway to answer that and many other questions.


On April 1st, police responded to a medical call for help at the Mandan, North Dakota business. When they arrived, they discovered four deceased victims of apparent foul play.


Among the four bodies found at RJR were three males and one female. “Police have said that it is being treated as a homicide and detectives are looking for a suspect in the crime.”

The victims were identified as business owner Robert Fakler, 52, and employees Adam Fuehrer, 42, Lois Cobb, 45, and William Cobb, 50.



Bill and Lois Cobb are husband and wife.

The company’s Facebook page on April 1st posted this eerie announcement. No other details were given at the time.

Mandan Police Chief Jason Ziegler met with the press on Tuesday to share a few additional details about the incident.

Although authorities do not yet have a suspect in custody, Chief Ziegler emphasized that they do not believe the general public is in danger from the assailant.


Stopping short of saying it was a targeted hit, he did say that there was nothing at the crime scene that would lead investigators to believe that anyone else is in danger of meeting a similar fate.

“This was very specific to the victims that were involved,” Ziegler said.

Ziegler declined to answer questions about what type of weapon was used or the nature of the injuries.


“Investigators have not recovered a weapon,” Ziegler said. Autopsies are being conducted by the State Medical Examiner’s Office.

Police have also refused to release the timeline of the crime, although it is believed to have occurred somewhere around 7:30 am on April 1st.

This is a developing story and we will continue bringing all the details as they become available.

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