A man in an open Oculus Rift helmet has been on a shooting spree.
He’s seen firing his handgun at police in a video posted to YouTube on Tuesday.
The video has since been removed.
The man in the video is described as white, 5’8″ tall, with short blond hair and a beard.
He wears a red and blue Nike shirt with “FIVE” on it, and a green hoodie with a black logo on the front.
He is seen carrying a rifle and wearing goggles with goggles.
He has no weapons and appears to be in a high-stress situation, the video shows.
Police have not released his name or description.
The video was first posted to Oculus Rift’s YouTube channel by a user named jimmycj.
The name has since changed.
The YouTube user also uploaded several images showing the man in a helmet and the man firing a rifle.
In the video, a police officer can be heard asking the man if he has a gun.
The man responds that he does, and he is not carrying one.
He then says that he doesn’t have a weapon and asks the officer to “please give me my gun.”
The man says he has the gun, but the officer says he can’t give him the gun.
The officer asks the man to “put the gun down.”
The man refuses and fires two shots.
Police respond by firing their own shots.
The shooting comes after the gunman killed five people and injured seven others in Las Vegas last month.
The suspect is described in the police report as an unemployed white man with a history of mental illness.
He was arrested Monday night, but not until Tuesday afternoon.
Police said the suspect was armed with a .380-caliber semi-automatic rifle, a semi-auto handgun and a shotgun.