Two people were killed and three others injured in a Saturday afternoon shooting at a home in northern Indiana.
Goshen City police did not say if the original shooter was included in that count or if anyone was arrested.
“Although the investigation is ongoing, preliminary information indicates that the shooting was targeted and not gang-related, and there does not appear to be any other threat of harm to the community at this time,” wrote the Goshen Police Department on Facebook.
The two people killed were both men, officers said. The three injured people were all women.
Police have not publicly speculated on the motive for the shooting. Goshen is a town of about 35,000 people located about 13 miles south of the Michigan border.