A weapon suspected of being used in a mass shooting at Oikos University in Oakland on Monday has been found.
Authorities believe One Goh killed seven people at the Christian college and a search has been underway for the alleged murder weapon since the shooting took place.
Thursday, the Oakland Police Department was using sonar, boats and divers to search the Oakland estuary for a gun that Goh is believed to have purchased at a Castro Valley gun store back in November or December of last year.
Friday morning authorities confirmed to NBC Bay Area that a gun believed to have been used in the shooting was found near Leet Drive and Hegenberger Road.
Goh was found by authorities without the weapon after he drove an allegedly stolen car to an Alameda store and allegedly began telling others he had shot people.
The 43-year-old is being held without bail in solitary confinement at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.
He was charged in court Wednesday with seven counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder, plus a special circumstance allegation of committing multiple murders that could make him eligible for the death penalty.
He is scheduled to return to court April 30.
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