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Homeless shooting suspect who killed 3 family members — including 13-year-old sister — in Pa

A homeless man who shot and killed three relatives — including his 13-year-old sister — and carjacked a bystander in Pennsylvania Saturday morning was taken into custody after barricading himself inside a home in a nearby New Jersey town, officials said.

Andre Gordon, 26, allegedly drove a stolen vehicle from Trenton to Falls Township in Bucks County, Pa., where he broke into a home sometime after 8 a.m., Jen Schorn with the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office said.

Gordon then reportedly shot and killed his stepmother, 52-year-old Karen Gordon, and his 13-year-old sister, Kera Gordon, Schorn said.

Three other relatives — including another minor — managed to hide while Gordon stormed through the house looking for them, she added.

He was allegedly armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle, Falls Township Police Chief Nelson Whitney added.

Gordon then allegedly broke into a second home, where he shot and killed 25-year-old Taylor Daniel, with whom he shares two children, officials said.

Four other people were in the second residence when Gordon broke in, they added.

Daniel’s mother, who has not been named publicly, was hospitalized for injuries she sustained when Gordon supposedly bludgeoned her with his weapon.

Gordon then carjacked an unrelated individual in a Dollar General parking lot, authorities said.

Olivia Land | NYPost