A law enforcement officer is seen at one of many crime scenes after a shooting on November 14, 2017, in Rancho Tehama, California. Four people were killed and nearly a dozen were wounded, including several children, when a gunman went on a rampage at multiple locations, including a school in rural northern California. AFP Photo

PUTRAJAYA: No Malaysians were affected in the shooting incident yesterday in a northern California town where four people were killed and 10 wounded, according to the Foreign Ministry.

It said in a statement today the Malaysian consulate-general in Los Angeles was working closely with the authorities to obtain updates on the incident.

Media reports said a gunman took aim at people in an elementary school and several other locations in or near the Rancho Tehama Reserve, a community of about 1,500 people, killing at least four and wounding at least 10 before he was shot dead by the police.

Wisma Putra said Malaysians requiring further information on the incident could contact the Consulate-General of Malaysia in Los Angeles.

It also said that the Malaysian government strongly condemned the act of violence and extended its deepest condolences to the government and people of the United States, especially to the families of the victims. --Bernama

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