Hours after Ian Long killed 12 and injured around 20 during his shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, FBI are now raiding his home for clues. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see the shocking photos and learn more.
This Thursday, FBI and ATF agents were pictured entering the now-deceased shooter’s Newbury Park house with cameras and special equipment.
Their arrival came hours after Radar exclusively reported FBI were interviewing Ian Long’s family members about the dreadful murders.
Police said they were not yet certain if Long, 29, acted alone, or if the shooting was a terrorist attack.
Radar readers know Long was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran.
Before shooting up the Southern California country bar, he was involved in a heated bar fight in the same area.
And on April 4, police were called to his house following a bizarre disturbance. Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean told Radar that the man seemed “quite distressed” at the time, but was not given mental health treatment.
It’s unknown what prompted Long’s deadly attack, but police say he shot himself dead after his murder spree and was found unconscious inside an office next to the bar’s entrance.
Party-goers said he seemed like he knew exactly what he was doing when he dropped smoke grenades inside the bar, shot the staff members at the entrance and opened fire on the dance floor.
As of now, various injured victims remain in the hospital, while others are still missing. Though 12 have already been reported dead, eyewitnesses told reporters that the death toll will likely rise, as there were about 100 people in the venue at the time of the tragedy.
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