There are reports of a shooting that killed one and wounded three others near a polling station in Azusa, Calif. The shooter is described as “heavily armed.”

The Los Angeles Times reports that nearby schools were locked down after shots were fired sometime after 2 p.m. CNN notes that the shots were not fired inside a polling place, but nearby.

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Azusa police Officer Jerry Willison told the Seattle Times that the suspect fired on officers, none of whom were hurt.

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The police will be giving a statement soon.

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After a standoff of several hours, the suspect was found dead, but police are as yet unsure if the gunshot was self-inflicted or fired by a police officer during the standoff.

Authorities said in a press conference streamed on Facebook that they did not believe the shooting was related to the polling place but are otherwise unsure of the motive.

Twitchy will update this post as details emerge.