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For his 18th birthday, the Uvalde school shooting suspect acquired two assault firearms.

Officials say the suspect, a local high school student with few if any acquaintances who massacred 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, lawfully bought two assault rifles and a large quantity of ammunition last week for his 18th birthday.

The shooter who barged into Robb Elementary on Tuesday with an assault rifle and a tactical vest has been identified as Salvador Ramos.

Ramos is a bullied loner with no criminal record, according to a study of his personal history.

Like so many previous mass shooters in America, he was motivated by and had access to powerful weapons and ammunition in a nation where gun rights are highly valued.

Last week, he bought weapons and ammunition.

The suspect's activities in the moments before the shooting provide clues about his thoughts and strategy.

According to Texas state senator Ramos, he bought two AR platform weapons at a nearby federal guns licensee on May 17 and May 20.

The purchases, according to Uvalde's state senator Ronald Gutierrez, were made in honour of the suspect's 18th birthday.

According to a briefing he received from Texas Rangers, he told CNN's Erin Burnett Tuesday night, "It's the first thing he did when he became 18."

According to Gutierrez, a federally approved dealer in the Uvalde region was where the weapons were properly purchased. He claimed that he had no trouble getting to the firearms.

He killed his grandmother and then lost control of his car before going to school.

According to officials, Ramos initially shot his grandmother at her house before escaping.

Ramos approached the building and went in through a back entrance, according to DPS Director Steve McCraw. He said that although a school resource officer "engaged" him, no shots were fired.

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More than a month after the group started looking for answers, a Texas House investigation committee is anticipated to present a preliminary report on the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting that claimed 21 lives on Sunday.

A source earlier told CNN that the report is anticipated to concentrate on the facts of the incident, including a timeline, a chronological list of what happened, a law enforcement manifest, and information on the gunman.

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