UPDATE: The man shot and killed by police outside a Neenah, Wisconsin, motorcycle shop was a hostage and not the gunman who took hostages Saturday, the owner of the shop told a news website Sunday.
Michael Funk, 60, "was a hostage coming out" Steve Erato told Post-Crescent Media on Sunday. "They shot him in the alley. They shot the wrong guy." Funk had been hiding in the basement before exiting the shop where he was shot by police who surrounded the building.
An active shooter who fired dozens of shots and held several hostages inside the Eagle Nation Cycles shop in the downtown area of Neenah, Wisconsin, was shot to death by police as he appeared to be surrendering but refused to drop his weapon Saturday. Investigators have not identified the dead man or revealed a suspected motive. The mayor estimated at least 30 shots were fired.
The dead suspect, who had been armed with Mac-10 type weapon, told police he was alone with no other shooters, according to the transmissions. However, a second person, dressed on all black, was later taken into custody, according to Oshkosh TV station WLUK.
One suspect "has a history of alcoholism and possibly drugs," a dispatcher told officers.
Several people hide in the shop's basement during the shooting, police said.
A police office suffered a non-lifethreatening injury.
A bomb squad robot searched the building to make sure the suspect did not leave any explosive devices inside. Nothing was found.
Neenah is about 100 miles northwest of Milwaukee.