YouTube shooting: US Federal agents conduct searches at South California

Apr 05, 2018, 10:09 IST | ANI

Reportedly, the San Bruno police had sought a search warrant to investigate the properties around the area where the shooting incident took place that injured four people and also claimed life of gunman

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A team of the United States Federal agents on Wednesday conducted a search at the Southern California homes, which had been previously inhabited by Nasim Aghdam, the accused behind the incident of shooting at the YouTube headquarters. Reportedly, the San Bruno police had sought a search warrant to investigate the properties around the area where the shooting incident took place that injured four people and also claimed life of gunman.

The police conducted searches at Menifee and 4S Ranch, the adjoining areas of San Bruno. It further reported that Aghdam shot and wounded four civilians before committing suicide. Earlier on Wednesday, United States President Donald Trump offered his thoughts and prayers for the victims of the shooting incident while extending his support for the law enforcers investigating the incident.

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