new video loaded: Police Provide Update on Southern California Office Shooting
Police Provide Update on Southern California Office Shooting
A gunman opened fire at a Southern California real estate office on Wednesday, killing four people. In an update on Thursday, law enforcement officials said they recovered several items believed to have belonged to the suspect.
Officers arrived on scene and determined shots were actively being fired in the business complex at 202 West Lincoln. Officers immediately approached the building, however, were unable to enter the courtyard due to the fact that gates had been locked from the inside. Two officers engaged the suspect from outside of the gates and an officer-involved shooting occurred. Additionally, officers located two victims in the courtyard area, one of which was a 9-year-old boy, who was deceased. An adult female, who had also been shot, was found with the boy. Officers immediately rendered aid to her. That female victim, along with a suspect, were each transported to a local hospital where they both remain in critical, but stable condition. The suites where those victims were located have been identified as the Unified Homes business. Investigators have recovered several items at the scene, including a semiautomatic handgun and a backpack containing pepper spray, handcuffs and ammunition, which we believe belonged to the suspect.
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