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California Police Are Still Stumped On Motive For Thousand Oaks Shooting

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California Police Are Still Stumped On Motive For Thousand Oaks Shooting

California Police Are Still Stumped On Motive For Thousand Oaks Shooting

Three weeks ago a former U.S. Marine opened fire at a Western-themed bar and dance hall in the Los Angeles suburb of Thousand Oaks.

28-year-old Ian David Long acted alone in the shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill which killed 12 people.

Police said on Tuesday they still had no clue what prompted the massacre, says Reuters.

The Ventura County sheriff said Long didn't appear to have been radicalized and he left behind no written manifesto.

Long served in the U.S.

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