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Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings

Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
A service is held to pay tribute to the victims of gunman Derrick Bird in Whitehaven, England. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
Twelve people were shot dead and a further 25 people injured after 52-year-old Bird went on a rampage with a shotgun in West Cumbria before killing himself. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
The family of Darren Rewcastle attend a service. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
Mourners shelter under umbrellas during a service. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
Bird is reported to have feared prison after failing to pay tax worth as much as £60,000 on earnings from his taxi driving business. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
The shootings have rocked the communities in the quiet towns of West Cumbria. (Getty Images)
Memorials held for victims of Cumbria shootings
Police are trying to piece together the events that lead up to the shooting rampage. (Getty Images)