A shooter fired a bullet into his own head in the wake of killing three individuals at an UPS office in San Francisco on Wednesday.
Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin told reporters that the two other individuals who were shot in the assault, have survived. At the point when defied by the police, the shooter at that point lethally shot himself.
Police reacted to a report of a dynamic shooter at the UPS San Francisco Customer Center, after which officers arrived and discovered that the suspect was still inside the building.
A police “contact team” soon found the shooter equipped with an attack pistol, the right hand boss said.
“The presume put the gun to his head and quickly released the weapon,” he said.
UPS representative Steve Gaut discharged an announcement saying that six workers were included in a “shooting episode” however that the organization can’t give any identifications until the police examination is finished.
Despite the fact that the suspect was wearing an UPS uniform, agents presently can’t seem to affirm he was a employee.
Up until this point, there is no proof to suggest that the shooting was terror related.