Police inspectors search for a weapon in the water at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday, April 3, 2012. A South Korean-born student expelled from a small Christian university and upset about being teased over his poor English skills opened fire at the school, going from room to room in a rampage that left six students and a secretary dead, police said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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OAKLAND, Calif. —
San Francisco police have sent a boat with an underwater camera to help Oakland police search for a gun used in a shooting on Monday that left seven people dead and three others wounded.
Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said the suspect in the shooting, One L. Goh, 43, a Korean national who lives in Oakland, is cooperating with police but has shown little remorse for the shooting at Oikos University at 7850 Edgewater Drive on Monday morning.
Oakland police searched a section of the Oakland Estuary near the university Tuesday because they believe the gun that Goh allegedly used may be in the water there.
San Francisco police spokesman Sgt. Michael Andraychak said his department sent the boat to the search area at the request of Oakland police.
Andraychak said that if the camera spots any potential evidence, the Alameda County Sheriff's Office will be called in to retrieve it.
Alameda County sheriff's Sgt. J.D. Nelson said that his department has a dive team that could help in the search for the gun, but that the team's assistance hasn't been requested.
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