An 80-year-old man shot two people, killing one, at a Northern California apartment complex and later turned the gun on himself, authorities said Thursday.
Less than two hours after the shooting police were seen breaking down a door at the complex, where they discovered the elderly gunman had been killed by an apparent gunshot wound.
He is considered armed and risky.
At 5:45 p.m. Sgt. Schneider announced that the suspect was found dead inside an apartment.
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There was no immediate word on a motive for the attack or whether the gunman knew the victims.
"The suspect is described as an 80-year-old Hispanic man, approximately 5'5" tall, wearing a white t-shirt. Deputies helped transport the victims to ambulances and began evacuating neighboring apartments.
The Mill Valley Police Department has asked residents in the area of East Blithedale Avenue and Tower Drive to shelter in place.