Orange County coroner's officials remove a body from the scene in Orange, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013. Police say a chaotic 25-minute shooting spree through Orange County left a trail of dead and injured victims before the shooter killed himself. Orange County sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino say there are at least six crime scenes with three people, including the suspected gunman, dead and several others wounded. Tustin police Supervisor Dave Kanoti said the shootings started with an apparent carjacking just after 5 a.m. Tuesday in an unincorporated Ladera Ranch area of Orange County. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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TUSTIN, California (AP) — A 25-minute shooting spree through Southern California left at least three dead and others wounded before the shooter killed himself, police said Tuesday.
Authorities found at least six crime scenes, Orange County sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino told KNBC-TV.
The shootings started with an apparent carjacking Tuesday morning, said Tustin police Supervisor Dave Kanoti. Police then received police reports of shootings in several locations, he said.
The alleged shooter shot himself in the middle of an intersection, Kanoti said.
It was possible more people were shot, Kanoti said, because some people may have chased the shooter.
The conditions of the wounded victims were unknown.