US police have launched a manhunt for a shooter who is reportedly driving around the Michigan city of Kalamazoo and randomly shooting people.
At least six people have been reported killed and several others have been injured in the shootings late on Saturday night.
"We had several shootings tonight in the county and in the city of Kalamazoo. They all appear to be related. We have multiple people dead," Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas told a local news station.
"We seem to be dealing with a worst-case scenario, someone driving around shooting," Matyas told NBC News.
The shooter is reportedly a white man in his fifties who is driving a blue or silver Chevrolet HHR.
Matyas told NBC that police began investigating a shooting at a Kalamazoo County apartment building around 8pm on Saturday after a woman was shot several times.
She is in a serious condition, he said.
About three hours later, they were called to a car dealership where two people were fatally shot and a third was wounded.
According to other unconfirmed reports on social media, a father and son were randomly killed at the dealership.
Another four people were reportedly killed near a local restaurant.
In that incident, the gunman reportedly spoke to the occupants of several vehicles for a few seconds, before he "unloaded his weapon into both cars," Matyas said.