UPDATE | Father of suspected YouTube shooter claims daughter hated the company
More information is coming out this morning after a shooting at YouTube's California headquarters.
Police believe 39 year old Nasim Aghdam wounded three people before turning the gun on herself.
Law enforcement officials say she opened fire in an outdoor courtyard at the office.
Her father says Aghdam was angry at the company because it stopped paying her for videos she posted on the platform.
Ismail Aghdam says he reported his daughter missing on Monday after she didn't answer her phone for two days.
Mountain View Police confirm officers located a woman by that name asleep in a vehicle in a Mountain View parking lot early yesterday morning.
Ismail Aghdam told a local news group he had warned police yesterday that his daughter might be going to the company's headquarters because she 'hated' the video sharing site.
We have reports police are still on scene this morning.
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