A gunman opened fire at a group of people attending a memorial for the victims of a mass shooting in Idaho, killing at least one and wounding five people in a small town northeast of Boise, police said.
A suspect in the attack is believed to be in custody.
The Associated Press was not immediately able to independently verify the reports.
Officials said the shooting took place early Wednesday at a memorial in the town of Nodaway, a rural community on the Boise River just north of Boise City.
A memorial is held for the people who lost their lives in the January 5 mass shooting that left nine people dead and six others injured in a remote rural Idaho community.
“This was a very, very, small town,” Boise Mayor Greg Stokes told reporters Wednesday morning.
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C.L. “Butch” Otter said he believes “this is a case where it is really important that we find a way to prevent something like this from happening again.”
Police initially said the victims were a couple, but later said the suspect was believed to have shot himself.
They later said he was the only person who was wounded.
The victim was a 26-year-old man who had been working in the local gas station and had recently purchased a firearm, said Nodayak County Sheriff Steve Pemberton.
Authorities said he had no known ties to the community.
In a video released by police, one of the victims can be heard crying as he tells authorities he was “a good guy.”
The man was later pronounced dead at the scene.
In the aftermath of the shootings, local residents rallied at the town’s police station, some holding signs that read “We can’t stop shooting!”