A football fan gathering in the backyard turned into a bloody bath after a shooting broke out in Fresno, California on Sunday night.
The shooting left four dead and six injured, according to police. Three of those killed were killed at the scene while a fourth victim died at a local hospital.
In response to Fresno police officers going door to door in the neighborhood hoping to collect security camera footage or witness accounts, Fresno FOX 26 reported looking for drivers to help them find "unknown suspects."
The fiery shooting broke out at about 6:00. local time, authorities said at a 10 a.m. press conference, according to Bee Fresno. About three dozen people were at the party, and all the victims were Asian men between the ages of 25 and 35, FOX 26 reported. Officers arrived at the scene. … What we found were several people who died in the backyard, "said Lieutenant Bill Dooley of the Fresno Police Department in front of the Fresno Bee." We have multiple shooting victims. We are not releasing the total yet. "
"What we do know is that it's a gathering, family and friend gathering in the backyard," said Dooley. "Everyone was watching football tonight as unknown suspects approached the residence, crept into the backyard and opened fire."
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Earlier on Sunday, a man in his 20s was fatally shot in another part of town. Police did not say whether the two shooting incidents were related.
It's an evolving story. Check back for updates. The Associated Press contributed to this story.