California authorities in standoff with 'barricaded suspect' that may be mass shooting gunman

California police are in a standoff with a "barricaded suspect" in a van authorities believe could be tied to the gunman who killed 10 people and injured 10 others in Monterey

Park on Saturday. Authorities on Sunday confirmed a "possible" link to the "barricaded suspect situation" in Torrance, located roughly 30 miles southwest of Monterey

Park. "I want to address also that there is a tactical incident that's occurring in the city of Torrance," Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna said during a press

briefing. "People have asked is that your suspect? We don't know." "It's a barricaded suspect situation. We are working with one of our partner agencies, the Torrance Police

Department to resolve that. We believe there is a person inside of that vehicle." Luna said that police are working to resolve the barricaded suspect situation in the

"safest manner" and that the suspected person inside the van could "possibly" be the mass shooting suspect.  Officials confirmed 10 people were killed and at least 10 other

people were injured and taken to local hospitals after a man opened fire on people shortly after festivities for the Lunar New Year wrapped up in the city. The shooting was

carried out on West Garvey Avenue at about 10:22 p.m., according to authorities. READ ON THE FOX NEWS APP LA PROSECUTOR MOURNS MASS SHOOTING THAT ROCKED 'CLOSE-KNIT'

COMMUNITY AS SUSPECT REMAINS AT LARGE  The victims include five men and five women, and were all "probably" of Asian descent, according to LA County Sheriff Robert

Luna.