Monterey Park mass shooting updates: Suspect had hundreds of rounds of ammunition, police say

The 72-year-old suspect has died following Saturday night's mass shooting.

Eleven people were killed and nine others were injured by a gunman who opened fire at a crowded dance studio in Monterey Park, California, on Saturday night, authorities said.

The suspect -- identified as 72-year-old Huu Can Tran -- fled the scene and traveled to nearby Alhambra, where he allegedly entered a second dance hall, where he was disarmed. Tran was found dead on Sunday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a van in Torrance, about 30 miles southwest of Monterey Park, according to police.

Here's how the news is developing. All times Eastern.

Vice President Kamala Harris to visit Monterey Park

Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to travel to Monterey Park, California, on Wednesday to mourn the victims of Saturday’s mass shooting, which claimed the lives of 11 people, according to the White House.

“Doug and I continue to pray for healing and recovery for all those impacted,” Harris tweeted on Tuesday.

All victims identified

All 11 people killed in the Monterey Park massacre have been identified by the Los Angeles County coroner. They are: My Nhan, Lillian Li, Xiujuan Yu, Muoi Ung, Hong Jian, Yu Kao, Chia Yau, Valentino Alvero, Wen Yu, Ming Ma and Diana Tom.

Family of 68-year-old victim calls out 'vicious cycle' of mass shootings

Valentino Alvero, a 68-year-old killed in the massacre, “was a loving father, a dedicated son and brother, a grandfather who loved his three granddaughters fiercely,” and “an uncle who loved his nieces and nephews like his own,” his family said in a statement.

“He loved ballroom dancing, he loved his community, and was the life of any party,” the family said.

The family called out the “vicious cycle” of mass shootings, saying, “We became unwilling members of a community who has to mourn the loss of our loved ones due to gun violence.”

The family continued: “It is also a great travesty that he did not receive last rites. He was a devout Catholic and our family would like to request all priests and Catholics to pray for him by name, Valentino Marcos Alvero. Please offer up any Masses or rosaries you can for the repose of his soul. Pray for Valentino by name, and for the souls of all victims of mass shootings and for an end to mass shootings in our nation and our world.”

Diana Tom remembered as 'grandmother who loved to dance'

Diana Tom, 70, who was wounded at Star Dance in Monterey Park died on Jan. 22 after being transported to a hospital in critical condition, her family said.

"On behalf of Diana Tom, we, her family, condemn this senseless act of violence that has uprooted the lives of all the victims, their families and the entire API community at large," the family said in a statement. "We honor and support all of those affected."

The family said Tom was a "hard-working mother, wife and grandmother who loved to dance."

"On the night of January 21, Diana was at Star Dance celebrating the Lunar New Year by dancing with her friends," the statement said. "To those who knew her, she was someone who always went out of her way to give to others."

-ABC News' Alyssa Pone

Suspect ‘distrusted everyone,’ acquaintance says

The mass shooting suspect, 72-year-old Huu Can Tran, filed for divorce from his then-wife in 2005, according to court filings. The judge approved the divorce in 2006.

It appears he worked as a professional trucker for at least 20 years. He was the chief executive officer of a San Gabriel-based business called Tran’s Trucking Inc., established in 2002 and dissolved in 2004, according to incorporation filings.

Tran was found dead on Sunday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside a van in Torrance, about 30 miles southwest of Monterey Park, according to police. No motive for the massacre has been determined. According to law enforcement sources, Tran had no known criminal history.

Tran’s former tenant and longtime acquaintance who wished to remain unnamed told ABC News that the suspect was a regular at the Star Ballroom Dance Studio, where the massacre unfolded, and Lai Lai Ballroom and Studio, where Tran entered with a gun later that night and was disarmed by a good Samaritan.

He told ABC News that Tran liked to dance but that he didn’t have many friends at either of the dance studios.

He said Tran “distrusted everyone."

He added, “I wouldn't say he was aggressive, but he just couldn't get along well with people.”

He said Tran spent his nights mainly alone, but would offer women free lessons in the dance studio. He said that upset the owner and staff instructors, who made their living on paid lessons.

“I think there was tension between Tran and those instructors,” he said.

In 2015, the former tenant filed a small claims case against Tran, claiming Tran owed $750 to him, court records show. He explained that he filed the lawsuit because Tran had refused to pay him his security deposit. He told ABC News that he did not serve Tran in the suit, but he did serve his co-owner of the property, Janine Liu. ABC News reached out to Liu but has not heard back.

*-*ABC News’ Soorin Kim, Ali Dukakis, Olivia Ruben, Alexandra Myers, Laura Romero and Gerry Wagschal