Three people died Saturday in what Sacramento investigators called a suspected double murder-suicide in what was believed to have been a love triangle gone bad.
The suspected shooter was found dead outside of a home Saturday night along with his two victims, according to authorities.
The shooting happened around 9:40 p.m. on Thurman Way near Stockton Boulevard, Someone in the area called 911 after several shots were fired in the street.
When deputies arrived, they found the bodies of two men and a 17-year-old woman, lying around a truck in front of a home, Curran said. Several ammunition casings were located nearby.
The victims were idenfied Sunday as Raul Velasquez-Montiel, 28; and Yanet Cuevas, 17, both of Sacramento.
A semi-automatic handgun was found next to the 25-year-old man's body. He suffered a gunshot wound to the head while Velasquez-Montiel and Cuevas had multiple gunshot wounds to their upper bodies.
The name of the gunman was not released.