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Ali Syed killed three people and himself in the bloody shooting spree in California The two male victims of a year-old college student were identified on Tuesday night after they were shot dead in the street during a murder and carjacking spree. Business owner Melvin Lee Edwards, 69, was on his way to work when he crossed paths with shooter Ali Syed, of Ladera Ranch, California and was killed 'execution-style', witnesses said.
The second male victim, year-old construction worker Jeremy Lewis of Fullerton, was killed a short time later at an electronics store and his small truck carjacked. Syed was identified by police on Tuesday afternoon, hours after the early morning massacre which began at his family home. His first victim, described as a woman Casual sex dating in ladera ranch ca 92694 her 20s, was not identified.
She was not related to the shooter and it is unclear what she was doing at the home. Syed's minute shooting spree through Orange County left a bloody trail of dead and injured victims in a series of carjackings and gunfire, police said. Authorities reported at least five places where victims had been shot in the early morning violence - and at least four are dead - including Syed who took his own life.
Authorities said Syed was taking one course at Saddleback College, a two-year community college. The Casual sex dating in ladera ranch ca 92694 began at 4. Police said Syed's parents and several children were in the home at the time, but were not injured. From Ladera Ranch, police said the gunman, armed with a shotgun, headed north and within 30 minutes carjacked a Dodge pickup truck in Tustin, 20 miles away. The driver was uninjured, but a bystander was hit by gunfire and hospitalized.
Scroll down for video Ambushed: Melvin Edwards, 69, was shot dead during the shooting spree in California on Tuesday in what several witnesses described as an 'execution' House of horrors: Syed's body is covered by a tarp after his chaotic shooting spree ended early on Tuesday morning Firearm: Police investigators examine Syed's shotgun at the intersection of Wanda Road and Katella Avenue, where he killed himself with the weapon Trail of blood: Orange County coroner's officials remove Sayed's body from the scene Gunshots: The body of one of the shooting victims is examined by law enforcement officers According to police, Syed told one of the men: The first call that came in was at Red Hill Avenue and Interstate 5, where a truck was stolen from a Mobil gas station.
After that carjacking, Syed then began spraying the freeway with bullets, hitting several drivers. Three people reported being targeted, including one who suffered a minor injury, Tustin police Lt Paul Garaven said. Two cars were damaged. Syed ran after this Cadillac as the driver tried to get away, and the gunman shot through the back window, striking the driver in the head but not killing him Timeline: This map shows the various locations of violence during the gunman's shooting spree in California Grisly: A body is surrounded by police vehicles at one of the crime scenes Victom: The Orange County coroner's office wheels a body to a waiting van after the shooting spree Gruesome: The driver was identified as business owner Melvin Lee Edwards, 69, who was on his way to work when he crossed paths with Syed.
Santa Ana police Cpl Anthony Bertagna said: There were at least six witnesses. When another worker at a nearby construction site approached Syed, the gunman told him to run - and with his back turned - Syed shot him, striking him in the arm. He then drove off. Police officers huddle at an intersection while the body of one of the dead is covered with a yellow tarp at right Chatoic scene: Law enforcement officers inspect one of the bodies But his shooting and car-stealing spree ran came to an end as officers from the California Highway Patrol located Syed and followed him into the city of Orange, Garaven said.
Orange County sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino said: It happened so quickly. The motive for the shootings is still unclear. Tustin is about 35 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. Terror on the streets: A Tustin police officer speaks to the media as a handout image is posted of year-old Ali Syed A closer look: A police investigator looks under a disabled SUV that was apparently driven by the gunman in Tustin Spree: An Orange police officer directs traffic as an investigation into the shootings continues Shooting scene: Police vehicles are stationed at one of the locations where multiple victims were shot Crime scene: Officers move a tent at one of the sites where a victim was shot Watch video here.