Authorities in western Pennsylvania have released the name of a man shot to death after reportedly brandishing a wooden club in an attack on the owners of a Pittsburgh-area music store.
The Allegheny County medical examiner's office identified the man Sunday as 31-year-old Andrew Moore of Venetia. An autopsy is scheduled Monday.
Police said the man entered the store but left after a few minutes, went to his car and then returned carrying the club, which the chief said he used to strike the wife of the store owner.
Investigators said the owner came to his wife's defense and was also attacked, and the two struggled briefly before the owner pulled a revolver and shot and killed the attacker.
The two victims were taken to UPMC Mercy, where a hospital spokeswoman said no information was available about their condition. Police said earlier that they were expected to recover.
Police Chief John Mackey said robbery appeared not to be the motive, and he didn't know whether the owners knew the man.
Family friend Chuck DiSalvo said the owners told him that they did not recognize their attacker.
"Never saw him. Total stranger walked in and looked at the guitars,'' DiSalvo said.
The store in Bethel Park, about five miles south of Pittsburgh, sells musical instruments and offers music lessons, according to its Facebook page,