At least three people are dead and four injured after shots broke out late Friday night.
At least three people are dead and four injured after shots rang out at a California bowling alley late Friday night.
The shooting took place at The Gable House Bowl, a bowling alley and event space located in the coastal city of Torrance, California, just outside Los Angeles. The Torrance Police Department has launched a homicide investigation, however no suspects or motives behind the shooting have been announced.
The story is still developing. Here’s what we know, and don’t, so far.
What we know:
- Torrance police said they responded to reports of “shots fired with multiple victims down,” at 11:54 pm, local time.
- The police department confirmed that they arrived at the scene to find multiple victims with gunshot wounds inside the bowling alley, including three men dead and another four injured.
- None of the victims worked at the venue.
- Two of the injured victims were sent to a local hospital; the other two sought out medical care on their own.
- Witnesses say the shooting stemmed from a fight that broke out among two groups of people, The Guardian reports. Police have not yet confirmed what started the shooting.
- The Gable House Bowl is a bowling alley and party space that also hosts laser tag, a full arcade, food and drinks. On weekends, the space is open until 3 am.
What we don’t know:
- The identity of the shooter(s) involved
- The gunman’s (or gunmen’s) motives
- The victims’ identities
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