(KCEN) -- We're learning more about that tragic shooting rampage at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut yesterday.
Of the 26 people murdered, 20 of them were children.
Out of the chaos a picture is emerging of what happened as police deal with the overwhelming task of investigating Friday's shooting.
Lt. Paul Vance of Connecticut State Police says, "The detectives will analyze everything and put a complete picture together."
And today we are learning more police now say the gunman 20-year-old Adam Lanza had at least three weapons, when he forced his way inside the school.
Connecticut Chief State Medical Examiner Dr Wayne Carver says, "It's the worst I've seen."
The medical examiner says that all of the victims he's seen were killed with an assault rifle.
"Each of the victims was hit more than once."
All of the victims bodies were removed from the building, and identified but the investigation is still far from over there.
An autopsy is still pending on the shooter and his mother Nancy who was killed at her home a few blocks away.
Today we learned she did not work at the school as some first thought but police say they have recovered important information inside her home..
"Our investigators at the crime scene, the school and the secondary crime scene, did produce some very good evidence that can be used to paint the picture for how and why this occurred."
Balloons candles and flowers are piling-up all across this small town memorials to the victims as everyone here tries to cope with the loss of 20 small children, all first graders, and six adults.
Among the dead are Principal Dawn Hochsprun and school psychologist Mary Sherlach who ran toward the gunfire to try and save the children.
School Superintendent Janet Robinson, "Our teachers take care of little kids and its unbelievable cries. "
If you'd like to learn more about the 26 victims who lost their lives in yesterday's shooting you can find it here on our website.