Manhunt Begins After Calif. College Students Shot
It is unclear if the shooter has any ties to the school and police have not released a motive.
Police are looking for a man they say opened fire on three people in a Sacramento City College parking lot on September 3, killing one person.
The shooting occurred after an argument between two groups of men around 4 p.m. near a baseball field on campus. One man pulled out a gun and shot at the other group, which consisted of two students, according to nbc-2.com.
One victim was pronounced dead at the scene, one was sent to the hospital and a third victim was only grazed and not hospitalized. It is unclear at this time which two victims were students.
A resident who lives close to the crime scene says she heard four or five shots and the incident was over in a matter of seconds.
The campus was locked down for two hours and eventually evacuated, although a Sacramento Police spokesman said it is unclear if the shooter had any ties to the school and called the shooting “an isolated incident.” Police say the shooter’s motive is unclear.
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