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A suspect is in custody after a shooting in Wisconsin left three people dead, with one more injured.

Police say that the officers were called to the shooting at around 10 a.m. on Saturday at an apartment complex in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, which is a suburb of Milwaukee.

A 31-year-old male, 23-year-old female, and the suspect who is 26-years-old all died as a result of the shooting.

The suspect of the shooting died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.

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Police did not shoot the suspect and no officers were injured, according to Brown Deer Police department Chief Peter Nimmer.

One 36-year-old male was also injured after being shot in the leg, according to police.

Nimmer said that the incident started as a domestic dispute between two people, and added that at least two of the victims knew each other.

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When police officers arrived, Nimmer said that the suspect was on a second floor balcony if the apartment and began firing at officers. 

While no police officers were hit, the vehicle for the department's K-9 unit was hit with gunfire, Nimmer said, adding that the dog and officers were not struck.

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A suspect is in custody after a shooting in Wisconsin left three people dead, with one more injured. (WDJT)

Nimmer also said that one child was in the apartment when the domestic dispute broke out, but is unharmed and with family members.

He also said that there was a Facebook live feed going on during the shooting.

The Milwaukee County medical examiner tweeted that it will be conducting autopsies for one adult male victim and one adult female victim.