(CNN/WISH) — An armed suspect who was fatally shot by the FBI on Monday outside CIA headquarters was a man from Dubois County, Indiana.
Dubois County Sheriff Tom Kleinhelter on Thursday confirmed Roy Gordon Cole, of Dubois County, was the suspect shot and killed law enforcement in a standoff just outside CIA headquarters in McLean, Virginia, on Monday.
Cole initially drove up to the CIA’s gates late Monday morning and made statements suggesting there was a bomb in their vehicle, according to a law enforcement official and another source familiar with the incident, touching off an hourslong standoff.
Cole died after being transported to a hospital, the FBI said in a statement Tuesday.
The FBI is reviewing the shooting, as is standard whenever an agent is involved.
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