Five people were killed after a shooting at a Pennsylvania car wash early Sunday morning that family members said stemmed from a domestic dispute.
Pennsylvania State Police Trooper B station told Fox News one person was also injured, but did not provide information about the individual’s condition. The spokesman did not provide further details.
Shots were fired around 3 a.m. at the Ed’s Car Wash in Melcroft, about 55 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, WPXI reported.
Three men and two women, said to be in their 20s and early 30s, were pronounced dead. It’s unclear if the shooter was among the five people killed. However, police said there is no threat to the public at this time.
“Victims have not been identified yet, we have no idea what has really taken place here this evening, this morning. So, it’s early on in the investigation. That’s pretty much all I can provide for you at this time,” Robert Broadwater of the Pennsylvania State Police told WTAE.
Officials have not released a motive, but family members told WPXI the deadly shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute. The alleged shooter had dated one of the people before opening fire on them early Sunday morning.