Fresno police want the man who took the gun in yesterday's deadly shooting spree to turn himself in.  Police Chief Jerry Dyer said the man took the gun after a brief meeting and discussion with suspect Kori Ali Muhammad following the shootings that left three people dead.  Dyer urged the man to turn himself in, saying it will be better for him.

During a Wednesday news conference Chief Dyer also identified the three victims of Tuesday's shooting.  Zackary Randalls was killed near Fulton and Van Ness.  Mark Gassett was shot on Fulton Street.  David Jackson was fatally shot in the parking lot of Catholic Charities.

Dyer also repeated that the shooting was motivated by race, not terrorism.  He said Muhammad told investigators that he decided to kill "as many white males as possible" after learning he was wanted for killing a security guard at a Motel 6 last week.