Who is Devin Patrick Kelley, the Sutherland Springs Baptist Church Shooter

The deadly Texas church shooting, by the numbers: At least 26 killed, 20 injured

This story has been updated to reflect the latest from officials.

On Sunday morning, a gunman opened fire inside a rural Texas church and killed at least 26 people in the largest mass shooting in the state’s history, according to officials.

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At least 19 others were injured in the shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

The shooter, identified as Devin Patrick Kelley, was later found dead. He did not have a license to carry a gun.

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The deadly Texas church shooting, by the numbers:

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, TX - NOVEMBER 06: Law enforcement officials continue their investigation at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs during the early morning hours of November 6, 2017 in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Yesterday a gunman, Devin Patrick Kelly, killed 26 people at the church and wounded many more when he opened fire during a Sunday service. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

11:20 a.m. (local time) gunfire began

26 dead (at least)

20 injured (at least)

Nine victims identified as of 2 p.m. Monday. Three others are children of victim Crystal Holcombe, whose names were not released.

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23 victims found dead inside the church

Three victims found dead outside

One victim died at local hospital

Eight members of the same family among 26 killed

18 months: Age of youngest victim

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77 years: Age of oldest victim

14 years: Age of victim Annabelle Pomeroy, First Baptist Church pastor Frank Pomeroy’s youngest daughter

10 injured victims remained in critical condition as of 11:30 a.m.

30 miles: Distance between Sutherland Springs, Texas and San Antonio, Texas

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360 people: Approximate population of Sutherland Springs, Texas

7 percent: Approximate percentage of population killed in church shooting

50 parishioners usually at the church on a Sunday

26 years: Gunman Devin Patrick Kelley’s age

AR-556: Ruger rifle (a semi-automatic weapon) used by gunman, purchased in April 2016 from an Academy Sports & Outdoors store in San Antonio, Texas

One gun per year bought by the gunman between 2014 and 2017.

Three weapons belonging to gunman found — rifle at the church and two handguns in the car

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Eight miles: Distance between church and where gunman was found dead in his car from a gunshot wound

2010: Year gunman joined the United States Air Force

12 months confinement: Gunman’s sentence for a 2012 court-maritial. He received a bad-conduct discharge after allegedly assaulting his wife and child, according to Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefane.

2014: Year gunman was dishonorably discharged from Air Force.

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35 miles: Distance between Sutherland Springs, Texas and address listed online for gunman in San Antonio, Texas, suburb of New Braunfels

307 mass shootings in 2017 as of Nov. 6, according to Gun Violence Archive

463 mass shootings in 2016

Four or more individuals shot or killed, not including the shooter: Gun Violence Archive definition of mass shooting

12 deaths per 100,000 people: 2016 gun death rate in the U.S.

33,000 people die in firearm-related deaths in the U.S. each year

Sources: AP, Gun Violence Archive, CDC, New York Times

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