MORE: Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood says Bakersfield shootings that have left 6 people dead "are not random shootings".
Apparently, a husband and wife showed up at the business and confronted somebody there and the husband shot and killed that person.
Sheriff's officials said there were multiple crime scenes, including at the trucking business and near a gun seller called Bear Mountain Sports.
The husband then went to another location on Breckenridge Road where he confronted two males at a residence and shot them.
He then hijacked a auto but the woman and child inside the vehicle escaped.
The rampage took about 15 minutes, the authorities said.
After being carjacked in their vehicle, the woman and child inside managed to escape.
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It isn't clear at this time whether the shooter was an employee at the trucking company.
"We're seeing this across the nation, people taking handguns and shooting people with more than one victim at a time", Youngblood said on Thursday, adding: "It's just something that I hope we don't become immune to". There is no information yet if the other four were related to the attacker.
The suspect shot and killed the man and then turned the gun on his wife, killing her.
CBS 13 reports that investigators say the man behind the shootings is among the dead and shot himself in the chest.
At Thursday's news conference, Youngblood described the incident as part of a nationwide trend.
While an exact motive was not disclosed, Lt. Mark King of the Kern County Sheriff's Office said that "there's a strong indication" it was a case of domestic violence. When deputies closed in on the suspect, he then shot himself.
The names of the victims have not been released, but they were all from the Bakersfield area, some 90 miles (145km) north of Los Angeles, police said.