[Updated at 5:44 p.m., July 12] Three people - not six, as police initially said - are dead after Monday's shooting at a business in Albuquerque, according to Police Chief Ray Schultz.
The three dead include the shooter, who turned a gun on himself, according to police.
[Updated at 2:58 p.m., July 12] A former employee shot and killed five people at a business Monday in Albuquerque before turning the gun on herself, New Mexico authorities said.
Police said officers responded to a 911 call at 9:26 a.m. (11:26 a.m. ET) that multiple shots had been fired. When officers entered the building, they found a total of 10 people shot: four were dead, including a man believed to be the shooter, officials said. CNN mistakenly reported earlier that the shooter was believed to be a woman.
Two people have died as a result of gunshot wounds, two are in stable condition, and two others are receiving emergency medical attention, police said.
"We believe this incident to be a domestic-violence workplace situation," Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz said.
One of the victims, Schultz said, is believed to be the wife or girlfriend of the shooter, who was a current employee at Emcore Coporation.
According to CNN affiliate KRQE, police said the shooter had been involved in a past domestic violence incident.