Police say the suspect is in custody.
Five people were killed, including two children, after a shooting at a home in Rock Hill, South Carolina, according to the County Sheriff̵
A sixth man was also shot and seriously injured. The suspect, authorities said, has been detained.
“We have identified the person we believe is responsible for the Marshall Road shooting. We found him at a nearby house. There is no active threat to the community,” the York County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Twitter.
The sheriff’s office identified the victims as Dr. Robert Leslie, 70, and his wife, Barbara Leslie, 69, their two grandchildren, and James Lewis, 39, who was working at the home on Wednesday when he was shot.
All deaths are being investigated as homicides, according to the York County Coroner’s Office.
Authorities did not disclose the suspect’s name or motive. “We hope to share more information about this tragic event as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience,” the sheriff’s office said.
Deputies were sent to a home near 4400 Marshall Road around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday around Wednesday for a multi-person shooting report. Authorities then identified the victims.
The next press conference is expected on Thursday morning.
This is an evolving story. Please check again for updates.
Alexandra Fol of ABC News contributed to this report.