June 2: This is an undated handout photo issued by Cumbria Police on Wednesday of taxi driver Derrick Bird, 52, from Rowrah, northwest England, who police say killed at least 12 people in a daylight shooting spree in Cumbria, northwest England, before turning the gun on himself.
June 2: Police stand next to a body following a shooting on Duke Street, in the town of Whitehaven in northwest England on Wednesday. The rampage in the county of Cumbria is Britain's deadliest mass shooting since 1996 and shocked a country where gun ownership is tightly restricted.. The Cumbria Constabulary said there have been "a number of fatalities" as well as several injuries after shots were fired in the town of Whitehaven and nearby Seascale and Egremont.
June 2: Police officers stand by a body following the shooting in Duke Street, Whitehaven
June 2: Map of Cumbrian Coast, England, site of the country's deadliest mass shooting since 1996.
British Police find body of taxi driver who led three-hour shooting spree in northwestern Britain, killing at least 12 people and wounding 25 others.