SAN FRANCISCO (KGTV) -- The woman who shot and wounded three people before killer herself at YouTube headquarters also had a handwritten address of Google in her car, police say.
Police previously said it appeared Nasim Aghdam committed the attack because she was displeased with YouTube business practices.
She believed the practices were costing her money, according to the Associated Press. The popular video-sharing site is owned by Google.
The report released Thursday says Aghdam visited YouTube headquarters the day before the attack.
Aghdam, who was from San Diego, parked her car in a garage and walked to a pedestrian door leading to the campus courtyard area before the April shooting began.