— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) August 8, 2019
A 33 year old man was taken into custody after he “killed four people and wounded two others in a string of robberies and stabbings in California’s Orange County.”
At a news conference, Garden Grove police Lt. Carl Whitney said,
“The violence appeared to be random and the only known motives appear to be ‘robbery, hate, homicide.’
According to NBC Los Angeles, two men were repeatedly stabbed at an apartment. The suspect then attacked two more victims, one at a Chevron station and another at an insurance agency.
The suspect then went into a Subway Shop and stabbed a person to death then a security guard at a nearby 7-11.
The suspect is also believed to have robbed a bakery.
Police have not released his name.