An unidentified gun man has opened fire at a bar in California killing at least 11 people Wednesday night.
According to the police, the gunman was found dead at the scene.
Police officers headed to Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks at around 11:20 p.m., Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub said, after receiving multiple calls of shots fired
They found 11 deceased victims as well as the suspect, also deceased. About 10 to 12 people were also found with different levels of injury who were rescued and taken to local hospitals. .
Sheriff Dean said that the assailant had not been identified.
Asked if this was a terrorist attack, he said that the authorities had “no idea” whether he had links to terrorism, but emphasized that terrorism can not be ruled out at the moment,
It not clear at the moment if the gunman took his own life.
Meanwhile, President Trump has said on Twitter that he had been “fully briefed on the terrible shooting.”
Sgt. Eric Buschow of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department said the police knew of no motive for the shooting. “This investigation is going to take a long time,” Sergeant Buschow said. “It’s a horrific scene.”