UPDATE 1/12/21 (3:40 p.m.) - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies identified the victim killed in last Thursday's shooting in Goleta as Enzo Marino Rastelli.
He was 19-years-old and from Santa Barbara.
The shooting investigation remains ongoing.
UPDATE (4 p.m.) - Investigators say deputies responding to a report of shots fired on Burtis St. in Goleta on Thursday afternoon arrived to find two men with gunshot wounds seated in a car.
One man was pronounced dead at the scene while the other was taken to the hospital.
Sheriff's officials say the shooter ran from the scene before deputies arrived, so they set up a perimeter and ordered the neighborhood to shelter-in-place.
After searching the area and finding no sign of the shooter, the order was lifted but Burtis St. remained closed for the investigation from Anita Ln. to about two blocks south.
Investigators say they are working to identify the victims as well as the suspect. All three men involved are believed to be in their 20s.
UPDATE (3:15 p.m.) - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies have lifted the shelter-in-place order for Goleta.
Deputies say the suspect is outstanding and considered armed and dangerous. They believe the suspect fled prior to law enforcement's arrival.
The shelter in place order related to the Burtis St. homicide has been lifted. The suspect is still outstanding, but is believed to have fled prior to law enforcements arrival. Investigation is ongoing.— SB Sheriff's Office (@sbsheriff) January 7, 2021
UPDATE (1:50 p.m.) - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a deadly shooting in Goleta.
Deputies say the shooting occurred on Burtis Street in an unincorporated area of Goleta at around 1 p.m.
Deputies confirm one person is dead and another victim was transported to the hospital.
A shelter-in-place is issued for residents in the area between Patterson and Turnpike, South of Hollister.
Sheriff’s Office investigating a shooting which occurred on Burtis St. in unincorporated Goleta at approximately 1:00pm. One victim deceased, one victim transported to hospital. Lone suspect is outstanding, considered armed and dangerous. Air unit, k9 and patrol units searching— SB Sheriff's Office (@sbsheriff) January 7, 2021
(1:31 p.m.) - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Deputies are asking residents in Goleta to shelter-in-place as they search for a suspect.
The shelter-in-place is issued for residents in the area between Patterson and Turnpike, South of Hollister.
Deputies say they are searching the area for a suspect wearing a dark blue shirt and gray sweats.
This is a developing story and will be updated when new information becomes available.