The Dallas Morning News has posted a story about a shooting that left a woman dead and a man in critical condition at a church in southeast Texas.
The Morning News reported the woman was a former police officer who was working for a private security firm and was working as a pastor.
She was killed in the attack.
The woman was the sister of a man who was shot and killed by a gunman at the same church.
Authorities have not yet released his name.
The shooting happened at St. George Catholic Church in a suburb about 25 miles northwest of Dallas.
The news outlet reported that churchgoers were leaving the church at the time of the attack and were being escorted from the church when the shooter opened fire.
They ran for cover and hid in a restroom when the gunfire began.
It is unclear how many people were inside the church, the Morning News said.
The News said the gunman had been working for the company that employed the woman and was “a known person” to police.
He was wearing a bulletproof vest.
The church was open and open, the News said, adding that it was not clear how many employees were in the church.
The newspaper said police have not confirmed whether the gunman used a firearm.
The gunman was wearing body armor.
It was unclear whether the attacker was armed or whether he was wearing gloves.
A churchgoer was also shot and wounded.
There were no immediate reports of injuries to police or the public.
The incident is under investigation.