No known motive found in Thousand Oaks shooting that killed 12

New findings in the investigation of the deadly Borderline Bar & Grill shooting in Thousand Oaks, that claimed the life of 12 people, including a Filipino American college student.

After speaking to hundreds of witnesses and carrying out investigations — despite a massive ongoing wildfire in the area — law enforcement officials have revealed details in the November 7th nightclub shooting.

Investigators say former Marine Ian David Long, the shooter, had thrown smoke grenades and fired 50 rounds into the crowded club.

However, they say they are no closer to finding a motive for the shooting — but so far, they have ruled out radicalization.

As for the weapon, investigators say the glock 21 was purchased legally in california in 2016, however the high capacity magazine is illegal in the state, though it could be purchased in other states.

Filipina Pepperdine University student Alaina Housley was one of the 12 people killed by the shooter.

The school was set to hold a memorial on campus Nov. 28.

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