BRYAN, Texas (AP) -- Authorities say a man opened fire at a Texas cabinet-making company where he worked, killing one person and wounding five others before shooting and wounding a state trooper prior to his arrest.
Bryan Police Chief Eric Buske told reporters he believes the suspect in Thursday's attack at the local Kent Moore Cabinets location worked there.
Authorities say the man, whose name hasn't been released, shot and wounded a state trooper before he was arrested. Four of the five people wounded at the cabinet business are in critical condition. The trooper is in serious but stable condition. Police say investigators still don't know the motive for the attack. Bryan is about 100 miles northwest of Houston and is near Texas A&M University.
Buske said the shooter was gone when officers arrived. Buske said the shooting took place in the bays in a plant where employees make cabinets. The Texas Department of Public Safety said the state trooper who was shot while pursuing the suspect was is in serious but stable condition.
UPDATE (WKOW) -- The suspect has now been taken into custody, per a report from ABC News.
UPDATE (WKOW) -- One person is dead and four more are hospitalized after a shooting at a Texas cabinet business, per a report from the Associated Press.
Authorities have not released the names of anyone involved, although an employee is believed to be responsible.
BRYAN, Tex. (WKOW) -- Several people are in critical condition after a shooting at an industrial complex in Bryan, Texas Thursday afternoon.
According to a report by ABC13 in Houston, police are still responding the the scene. At time of writing, there is no word on the identity of the shooter or a firm count of the number of injuries.
Six ambulances were called to the scene, responding at approximately 2:30 p.m. According to a report from CNN, authorities are still working to determine what happened and when.
This is a developing story.