Four people are dead and at least six others injured after a shooting during a football watch party in Fresno, California, reports KFSN.
The suspect has not been identified, but authorities believe it’s possible the victims know the shooter.
“Officers came in and saw three people who were down immediately. They were all Asian males between 25 and 30,” said Lt. Bill Dooley of the Fresno Police Department to ABC News.
Fresno is home to one of the two largest Hmong populations in Fresno, the other is Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Police say the suspect entered the backyard of the home and immediately began firing at ten people in the yard. Another 25 people inside the home were not injured.
Five of the injuries are believed to be serious, but are expected to survive.