Livermore — Police are still looking for the perpetrator after a shooting at the Granada Bowl on Railroad Avenue on Saturday night that left a 28-year-old man dead and two other persons injured.
Around 6 o’clock on Saturday, according to police, a fight broke out at the well-liked bowling alley close to the city centre. Three adults were hit by bullets fired by one of the combatants after he pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Police are still following up on leads after the suspect fled. The 28-year-old victim was declared dead at the spot, while the other two victims were taken to the hospital, where their conditions were described as stable, according to the police.
Due to “an unanticipated emergency,” according to Granada Bowl’s Facebook page, they will be closed the rest of the night and on Sunday.