7 Killed in Half Moon Bay Mass Shooting: Workplace Violence Suspected

At least 7 people are dead and several more were injured after two separate shootings occurred in Half Moon Bay, California on Monday.

Officials with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office say the two shootings are believed to be related and are being investigated as an act of workplace violence.

The first shooting occurred in the early morning hours near the intersection of Highway 92 and Highway 35. According to authorities, the suspect opened fire on a group of people, killing seven and injuring several others. The suspect was later taken into custody.

The second shooting occurred in the afternoon near the intersection of Highway 92 and Highway 1. One person was injured in the shooting and the suspect is still at large.

The victims have yet to be identified, but authorities have confirmed that all seven of the deceased were from the same workplace.

The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information about the shootings to come forward.

This story is developing and more information will be released as it becomes available.