A gunman entered a SunTrust bank branch in Sebring, Florida on Wednesday and killed five people, local police told The Associated Press. The Highland County SWAT team entered the bank after police were unsuccessful in negotiations with the gunman, who barricaded himself in the building after opening fire. Officials arrested Zephen Xaver after the shooting, but did not announce any charges. The five victims were not identified. Sebring police Chief Karl Hoglund said at a news conference that the community had "suffered significant loss at the hands of a senseless criminal doing a senseless crime."

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