AUSTIN, Texas — Austin police said an active shooter incident at an apartment complex in Austin, Texas, that left three people dead appears to have stemmed from a domestic situation.
Medics pronounced three people dead at the scene of the shooting, Austin-Travis County EMS said Sunday.
No other injuries have been immediately reported.
Police said the suspect in the shooting remains at large. Police officials told the Austin American-Statesman they are “increasingly confident they do know the identity of the suspect.” The person has not been publicly identified.
Police said they do not currently believe there is a risk to the general public.
The incident was reported at 11:42 a.m. at the 9600 block of Great Hills Trail, EMS said.
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