MILWAUKEE -- The suspect accused of killing five people in a shooting at Milwaukee's Molson Coors campus was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales.
"It's a terrible day for Milwaukeeans," Morales said at a news conference.
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Chief Morales also said the suspect was a 51-year-old man who was a Molson Coors employee.
Dozens of squad cars and emergency responders were called to the area of N. 40th St. and W. State St. just after 2:00 p.m.
Several nearby businesses, including Harley-Davidson, were placed on lockdown as a result of the shooting.
Police have confirmed the area is no longer a threat to the public, though it remains an active scene.
At a news conference in Washington D.C., President Donald Trump said he mourned for the lives lost.
"Our hearts break for them, their loved ones," the president said, describing the shooter as a "wicked" person.
"We send our condolences," the president continued. "We will be with them."