Surveillance video obtained by The Associated Press shows the suspect in a California ballroom shooting on Saturday being confronted and disarmed. Brandon Tsay, 26, can be seen wrestling a modified 9 mm submachine gun-style weapon away from the gunman, identified by police as 72-year-old Huu Can Tran, at the Lai Lai Ballroom. Tran had first shot up Star Ballroom Dance Studio in Monterey Park, California, attacking dancers who were celebrating Lunar New Year's Eve on January 21. He fatally shot 11 people and wounded nine others. Tran then travelled to Alhambra, where he entered the Lai Lai studio before being confronted in the lobby by Tsay. Tsay, a computer coder who helps run the dance hall for his family, told The New York Times he was unaware of the previous shooting in Monterey Park when he lunged at the man and began struggling to get the weapon out of his hands. Tsay eventually commandeered the weapon, ordered him to “Go, get the hell out of here!” and watched as he drove away in a white van. Police said Tran later died by suicide, while officers were still investigating a motive for the slayings.