Tamera Mowry & Adam Housley’s Niece Passes Away In California Shooting

Sgt. Ron Helus was slated to retire next year. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Sgt. Ron Helus was slated to retire next year. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Actress Tamera Mowry's niece is one of the young women still missing in the wake of a deadly shooting at a Thousand Oaks bar.

He fired rounds at more than 100 patrons, who were attending a college country night at the popular music venue, killing 12 and injuring at least a dozen people, many of whom are students from the schools in the area.

Ventura County Sheriff's Sergeant Ron Heuls was one of the first responders and was met by gunfire.

Thousands Oaks, California, where 12 people were gunned down, is ranked 3rd safest city in U.S.

The gunman, who died at the scene, has now been identified as Ian David Long, a 28-year-old who served in the Marine Corps. Authorities said he had an episode of erratic behaviour last spring that they were told might be post-traumatic stress disorder.

"Our hearts are broken", they said.

A suitemate of the couple's niece, Alaina Housely, went on Twitter to say her friend was missing and offered a description of what she was wearing.

Mowry-Housley replied to the tweet, saying Housley was her niece.

Unfortunately, Ashley didn't have any more information but confirmed she was in contact with Adam Housley, Mowry-Housley's husband.

Tamera Mowry and her husband Adam Housley are asking for privacy during this devastating time following the shooting death of their niece, Alaina Housley, 18. "Thank you to Law Enforcement". Please pray. Please pray.

Tia Mowry starred alongside her twin on "Sister, Sister".

A Los Angeles Times reporter, Andrea Castillo, revealed that Adam, 46, had visited the Los Robles Regional Medical Center in hopes of finding Alaina, but was turned away for security reasons. "Alaina Housely, we are praying. We love you. We are devastated". "We love you!", she added along with a sweet snapshot with the missing girl. - Our thoughts are with all of those effected by the deadly mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, CA.

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