Who is Ian David Long? California shooting gunman who killed 12 people in Thousand Oaks

Here's what we know about Ian David Long.

Who is Ian David Long?

The shooting suspect was identified as a war veteran and former marine who suffered from PTSD.

He was armed with a handgun and smoke grenades.

NBC News named the suspect as Ian Long. The 29-year-old tattooed suspect was wearing a black trenchcoat and a ski mask when he stormed the venue packed with students.

Long was killed by in a shootout with cops at the Borderline bar, shortly after he killed a cop.

Police raided the killer’s home on Thursday morning.

How many victims are there?

Twelve people were killed including a Ventura Country Sheriff's deputy. The gunman was also killed.

Witnesses told ABC News that a man fired several shots from a handgun into the crowd before tossing the smoke grenade and starting to fire again.

John Hodge told ABC7 he saw the suspect throwing smoke grenades into the front of the restaurant after shooting a security guard.

John, who was at the front door, said: "I just started hearing these big pops. Pop, pop, pop.

"There was probably three or four, I hit the ground. I look up – the security guard is dead.

“Well, I don't want to say he was dead, but he was shot. He was down.

“The gunman was throwing smoke grenades all over the place.”

John’s stepdad Tom described seeing the shooter firing at a “young girl.”

He said: “He shot the front doorman, who was just a young man.

“Then he shot the cashier, just a young girl.

"Then he started moving to the right. He wasn't looking at us.

“Then he went into the office, where all the cash and stuff is.

"He didn't say anything at all. He just started shooting.”

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