Tamera Mowry’s Missing Niece’s Father: ‘We’re Still Hoping’ She’ll Be Found Alive After Mass Shooting

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Tamera Mowry’s niece Alaina Housley is still missing after she was last seen at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, where a masked gunman opened fire and murdered at least 12 people last night.

And now, Pepperdine University student Alaina’s father Arik Housley tells Radar he still has hope his college student daughter will be found alive several hours after the horrific mass shooting. However, he acknowledged the chances are sadly growing slim.

“They told me that everybody that was getting transferred to the hospitals have been identified, and the only people that have not been identified are the deceased,” Arik told Radar, choking back tears. “We are still hoping, we are on our way down there right now so [to the bar]. We are hoping Alaina is not there.”

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As Radar previously reported, Sister, Sister actress Tamera, 40, reached out to her niece’s classmate on social media in a desperate bid to find her.

“Ashely this is her aunt Tamera Mowry Housley. Can you please DM me your information?” she tweeted.

She later updated concerned fans that the family has not yet found her.

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Tamera’s husband Adam tweeted “Please pray if you believe….pray.”

The gunman has been identified as 29-year-old California resident Ian Long. He reportedly killed himself after killing party goers at the bar.

As Radar reported, his family has been questioned by the FBI in the aftermath of the tragedy.

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