At least seven people, including a gunman, have been killed in a shooting incident at a Sikh temple in the US state of Wisconsin, police said.
The incident happened before services on Sunday and the attack is being treated as "domestic terrorism", according to Teresa Carlson, special agent in charge with the FBI's milwaukee division.
The gunman opened fire when he entered the kitchen at the Sikh temple as women were preparing a Sunday meal, Reuters reports.
Four people were shot dead inside the sprawling temple. Three, including the gunman, were killed outside.
ITV News' Neil Connery reports.
The gunman reportedly ambushed and shot a police officer several times when he responded to a 911 call and was helping a shooting victim, Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards said.
Edwards had no identification of the gunman or what kind of weapon or weapons he had.
United States President Barack Obama had been told the situation at the temple was "under control" after the shooting.
He said he was "deeply saddened' by the attack.
US presidential candidate Mitt Romsey added: