Police on Friday released a partial description of a suspect who shot up the Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.
As ABC News reports, Vestavia Hills Police said that the suspect was a 71-year-old white male who was an occasional attendee at the church he attacked.
The suspect, who killed an 84-year-old man and a 74-year-old woman while wounding a third attendee, is now in police custody.
Police say they have no known motive for the attack, which occurred on Thursday evening when the suspect attended a "boomers potluck dinner" event at the church and started opening fire with a handgun.
Police also believe that the suspect acted alone.
Watch a video clip of the Vestavia Hills Police press conference below or at this link.
\u201cBREAKING: Authorities update on shooting at AL church meeting:\n\n- Suspect is a white 71-year-old male and "occasional attendee of the church."\n\n- Another attendee "subdued the suspect and held him down" until police arrived.\n\n- Suspect acted alone.\n\nhttps://t.co/2y6catLomp\u201d— ABC News (@ABC News) 1655478706