FBI: Body found after Kansas shootout was robbery suspect

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The FBI says a man's body found in charred ruins of a Kansas motel room after a shootout that injured three federal agents is that of the robbery suspect they were trying to arrest.

The FBI said Tuesday the body was identified as 28-year-old Orlando Collins, and the coroner's preliminary conclusion is that Collins fatally shot himself.

The Saturday night shootout at the Country Club Motel in Topeka injured two deputy federal marshals and an FBI agent who were part of a fugitive task force. The FBI says its agent remained hospitalized Tuesday in good condition.

Authorities trying to arrest Collins came under fire as they approached a motel room, from which a fire then erupted.

Topeka's fire marshal says investigators believe the room's occupant set the blaze.