HOUSTON (AP) — The family of a "troubled" Army veteran from California says he was the "troubled" Army veteran who killed one person and injured several others in a shooting at a Houston auto detail shop.

Family members identified 25-year-old Dionisio Garza III of Rancho Cucamonga, California, as the man who opened fire Sunday, killing 56-year-old Eugene Linscomb, a customer at the shop who had arrived moments earlier.

Garza was killed about an hour later by a SWAT officer.

Police have not released the suspect's name and say they don't know a motive for the shooting.

But Garza's family told KPRC TV in Houston (http://bit.ly/1TTZfUI ) that "something snapped" in him following two tours in Afghanistan.

Garza's family said his condition worsened in the weeks before he traveled to Houston to visit an Army friend.