to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news, July 25,
Fox News Flash, important news, for the 25th of July in here. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com
A California man considered “armed and dangerous” and was on the run Thursday following the killing of at least three victims and the wounding of two others during an early-morning shooting spree, authorities said.
As the Dean of the Cellar, 26, has been identified as a suspect in two separate shootings, the Los Angeles Police department said. The police said the two victims were put to death in Canoga Park and the other two victims were shot, later, in North Hollywood.
FATHER-OF-CANADA HIGHWAY, A MURDER SUSPECT SAYS SON IS ON A SUICIDE MISSION, AND WANTS TO DIE IN A ‘BLAZE OF GLORY’
Zaragoza was last seen driving a blue Jeep Liberty with the paper plates, and may have attempted to rob a man at an automatic teller machine, FOX11, Los Angeles, reported. Neighboring law enforcement agencies joined the chase as the sources are telling the station to Zaragoza and seems to be becoming increasingly “desperate.”
The Canoga Park double-murder took place at around 2 a.m., the police department, told FOX11. The victims were believed to be from the Cellar, father, and brother. His mother was also injured and was said to have been hidden in the bathroom to call the police. She was rushed to the hospital, but her condition was not immediately released.
A second shooting occurred just before 3 a.m. outside a service station in the North of los angeles, FOX11 reported. A man and a woman, who allegedly Zaragoza’s ex-girlfriend, were both found with gunshot wounds. The woman died at a hospital, while the man underwent surgery and was listed in critical condition.
CALIFORNIA COUPLE INJURED IN A VERY BRUTAL ATTACK BY A GROUP OF YOUNG PEOPLE ARE OUT ON THEIR OWN
Police didn’t immediately release the victims ‘ names.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
The police have warned us that the Cellar is considered to be armed and dangerous and should not be approached.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Los Angeles Police department.