Victims ID'd in San Bernardino restaurant shooting

Coroners officials Sunday publicly identified the two family members killed by a Lancaster man who opened fire at a taco restaurant in San Bernardino.

Jimmy Schlager, 56, walked into the Del Taco restaurant with two handguns and shot four family members, killing two, before fatally shooting himself in the head.

Schlager fatally shot his stepdaughter's 33-year-old husband, identified as Alex Trujillo. He was pronounced dead at the scene, officials said.

His stepdaughter, 29, and her sons, ages 5 and 6, were taken to Loma Linda University Medical Center, but 6-year-old Adrian Trujillo later died at the hospital, according to the coroner's office.

The woman and the 5-year-old were in critical condition. Their wounds were life-threatening, but it appears they will survive.

Investigators were able to communicate with the stepdaughter, even though she had been shot multiple times, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Authorities gave no motive for the shooting. Schlager's last known address was in Lancaster, but police said they think he had ties to the San Bernardino area.

A restraining order had been issued against him in 2006, but not by his stepdaughter, according to The Times.

"This is just a terrible tragedy,' San Bernardino police spokesman Lt. Jarrod Burguan told The Times. "A whole family? In my 18 years here I don't recall anyone ever coming and walking in a public place like a restaurant and shooting like this. We haven't had anything like this in a long, long time."