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>> Police say the UCLA shooter, who killed a professor before committing suicide, had a second victim and hoped to kill a third. Investigators say before Mainak Sarkar went to the Los Angeles campus and shot dead engineering professor William Klug, then killed himself, he killed a woman in her home in a Minnesota suburb.
Police say, Sarkar then drove 2,000 miles from Minnesota to California, and arrived on the UCLA campus Wednesday with a small arsenal.>> He went there to kill two faculty from UCLA. He was only able to locate one. Sarkar was heavily armed. He had two semi-automatic pistols. One that he used for the homicide and the other that was in his backpack.
He had multiple magazines of ammunition and multiple loose rounds of ammunition.>> On his body, police found a note which led them to Sarkar's residence in St. Paul, Minnesota. Inside that home, they found a kill list, which included the dead woman, Klug, and the other UCLA professor he couldn't find during his rampage.
Sarkar completed a PhD at UCLA in 2013 and had been living for several years in Minnesota. Police have not determined determined a motive, but Reuter's reporter Piya Sinha-Roy has been looking through a blog post in which he wrote about Professor Klug.>> He called that professor a very sick person and he said he urged every new student coming to UCLA to stay away from this guy.
And then he went on to say that this professor cleverly stole all my code and gave it to another student. And I think it's right now really the only lead we have into perhaps some of what motivated Sarkar to commit this crime.>> Reports of an active shooter brought a massive police response and a campus-wide lockdown.
UCLA students returned to campus Thursday, many still shaken by the events the day before.