Aug. 10, 2012 - Members of Wisconsin's Sikh community returned to their temple near Milwaukee, for the first time since the shooting that left six worshippers dead and three critically wounded. (AP)
Source: Washington Post
Sikhs return to temple after shooting
Members of the Sikh temple of Wisconsin wash items as they return for the first time in Oak Creek, Wis., Thursday, Aug 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)
(CBS/AP) MILWAUKEE - Sikhs are returning to a U.S. temple for the first time since the shootings that killed six worshippers and left three people critically wounded.
Inderjeet Singh Dhillon, a community leader at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, says the FBI returned the temple keys to members Thursday morning, allowing Sikh leaders and construction workers inside to repair bullet holes and other damage, clean up blood stands and repaint walls. Their goal is to reopen to everyone by Friday morning.
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Source: CBS News