Hours after an evil gunman injured over twenty people and killed at least one dozen at a Southern California bar, the FBI is investigating the case — and is now interviewing the shooter’s family.
“The Bureau is actively investigating this shooting,” a source close to the investigation exclusively told RadarOnline.com this Thursday morning. “The gunman’s family members have been brought in for interviews.”
The suspect has been identified as 29-year-old Ian Long, who took his own life after opening fire at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks. Now, one day later, his close family members are being interviewed by the FBI.
“These citizens saw good versus evil overtake this college-town bar,” the source noted. “The FBI will continue investigating until terrorism is ruled out.”
“The gunman may be dead but that doesn’t mean he acted alone,” the source added. “In cases such as these, it’s rare that a gunman acts alone. Someone knew something and anybody who withholds information could be considered an accomplice.”
The Los Angeles Division of the FBI told Radar that a news release on the suspect is expected shortly but they could not comment on the gunman’s family being questioned, noting it’s an ongoing investigation.
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