Three people were found dead of gunshot wounds in Porter Ranch, California, police said.
Authorities are investigating the deaths of three men who were shot to death in a California house located in a gated community on Monday.
Los Angeles fire officials discovered the men in the Porter Ranch house after someone “in connection with the people in the house called 911 and alerted the police, the Los Angeles Police Cmdr. Alan Hamilton said.
The shooting happened just before 4 a.m. in the two-storey house in the Renaissance, a luxury gated community in the Porter Ranch neighborhood in Los Angeles County, FOX11 reported.
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“At this moment, it looks like someone entered the residence and there were a few shots fired. There are multiple victims of gunshot wounds to the bottom of the inside of the residence and we do not have any suspect information available at this time,” Hamilton said.
Police did not identify a possible suspect in the deadly shooting.
The motive of the shooting is being investigated and no arrests have been made.
Video of the crime scene showed broken glass in the back door. Hamilton said investigators were combing through a “large crime scene” and looking for clues to piece together the events leading up to the men to kill.
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California Rep. Brad Sherman, who lives in Porter Ranch, told reporters Monday that he was at dinner when the incident occurred.
“Things can happen anywhere and at the same time, I think it’s a very safe neighborhood,” he said.
Los Angeles police urged anyone who has information regarding the incident to come forward.