The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors also approved a $15,000 reward earlier Tuesday morning bringing the total reward money to $30,000.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn is also asking the Board of Supervisors for a $15,000 reward for a combined total of $30,000 in exchange for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the people responsible for the shooting.
The Buddhist ceremony is meant to cleanse the home and help the souls of the men who died move on.
The family has decided to leave their home of 12 years after a gunman or gunmen opened fire at a Halloween party, killing 3 and wounding 9 more.
Police are still searching for the suspected shooter or shooters who wounded 12 people—3 fatally—at a Tuesday night Halloween party.
Many stood with lit candles surrounding St. Matthew Catholic Church’s steps at the corner of 7th Street and Temple Avenue, less than a block away from where the mass shooting took place the night before.
A vigil is scheduled for tonight in the wake of a mass shooting that killed three people and wounded 9 others in Long Beach’s Rose Park neighborhood.
“Why would somebody do something this horrific? We don’t know,” Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna said.