Police say that a shooting Wednesday at a Milwaukee brewery has left six dead, including the suspect.
The suspect, who Milwaukee Police identify as a 51-year-old male, as well as the victims in the shooting were all employees of the Molson Coors beverage company.
Police said that they had found the bodies of both the victims and suspect when they arrived on scene.
A press release from Milwaukee Police Wednesday night said that the suspect died “from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
The release did not yet name the identities the suspects and victims.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett previously told reporters that multiple people, including the shooter, were killed in a shooting at Molson Coors Brewing Co. campus Wednesday afternoon.
In a tweet, police warned of a “critical incident” at the facility Wednesday afternoon, amid reports of a shooting.
They have since urged the public to avoid the area. Social media images from the scene showed a heavy police presence.
Molson Coors spokesman Martin Maloney previously confirmed an “active situation,” but did not provide further details.
Milwaukee Police cautioned people to stay clear of the 4000 block area of W. State Street, where they said the incident was being investigated.
A Molson Coors employee told ABC News affiliate 12 WISN that the company described the situation as an active shooting in an internal email.