(Minneapolis, MN) -- Police have identified the shooter that killed five people before fatally shooting himself at a Minneapolis business Thursday afternoon. Police Chief Tim Dolan says 36-year-old Andrew Engeldinger of Minneapolis was found dead in the basement of Accent Signage Systems with a semi automatic handgun and a single bullet casing. Following a search of Engeldinger's home, police located a second handgun and packaging for at least 10-thousand rounds. Dolan confirms Engeldinger had been fired from the business yesterday morning and returned just before 4:30, parked his car, walked in the loading dock area and immediately opened fire. The victims include company owner 61-year-old Reuven Rahamim and U-P-S driver 50-year-old Keith Basinski of Spring Lake Park. The names of the the other two employees haven't been released.