This is the man accused of shooting dead his seven-year-old daughter in Northiam on Thursday.
Yasser Alromisse fired a gun at Mary Shipstone before he apparently fatally turned the weapon on himself.
Police are not treating his death as suspicious.
Mary, a pupil at Beckley Primary School, was rushed to Kings College Hospital in London following the shooting at a property in Spring Hill.
Mary, who suffered serious head injuries in the incident, lost her fight for life on Friday afternoon.
Alromisse, who is believed to be a former employee at Uttlesford District Council, is thought to have lived in Broomfield Avenue, Worthing.
Michael Cloake, who lived near to Alromisse, said: “There is a permanent police presence.
“There were three cars last night and one on site all the time.
“We didn’t know the man but I think he lived a few doors down.
“He kept himself to himself.
“It’s a very quiet area and a friendly neighbourhood.
“It is a shocking and sad tale.”