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A gunman who opened fire in a Chinatown restaurant, killing his former girlfriend and wounding two other people, did not shoot himself, police said. "Somebody picked up his weapon and shot him," Lt. David Garrison said. "We've got to figure out who." An autopsy showed the 22-year-old man died of multiple gunshots fired from his own .38-caliber semi-automatic pistol Monday night at the Regent Seafood Restaurant, Garrison said. Officers found the man lying dead on the floor with three rounds in his body. The body of a 26-year-old woman, lay at a nearby table.

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