Four dead in Italy gun rampage
A 74-year-old Italian pensioner has shot dead two neighbours and then his wife before turning the gun on himself.
Jealousy appeared to be behind the rampage in the northern city of Genoa.
Carlo Trabona, a retired bricklayer, first went to a coffee bar where he shot one of his neighbours. As the other one ran away, Trabona followed him, shot him and then went back home where he killed his wife, according to a police reconstruction reported by Italian media.
After police surrounded his building, Trabona shot himself, said Alfredo Federici of the Genoa police. The two neighbours, who were brothers, and the gunman died later in hospital, he said.
Federici said an alleged infidelity may have triggered the shooting spree, as Trabona suspected that his 72-year-old wife had been having an affair with one of the neighbours, who were also his long-time friends.
Italian news reports also said the gunman had a history of mental problems.