New Delhi: A 22-year-old man who killed six people in a drive-by shooting in California, before dying of a gunshot wound to the head, took the step because "girls were not attracted to him".
Elliot Rodger, reportedly the son of The Hunger Games' second unit director Peter Rodger, went on a deadly shooting spree in the college community on Friday night, leaving 6 dead and 13 injured.
According to the Sheriff's Department, there were a total of 12 crime scenes. Rodger reportedly fatally stabbed three men within his residence before the rampage.
The 22-year-old then went on a drive-by shooting spree, killing two female students from UCSB in front of a sorority home and then another man at a nearby deli.
According to law enforcement, four people were injured by the suspect's car, eight sustained gun shot wounds and one sustained a minor injury.