Police are investigating a shooting incident at a diner in Kenosha County, Wisconsin

3 people were killed. According to the authorities, there could have been several shooters.

Authorities are searching for a man or people who opened fire at a diner in southeast Wisconsin, leaving three people dead and two others seriously injured.

The shooting at the Somers House diner occurred around 00: 40 Sunday, Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said.

“It looks like someone was removed from the establishment, and maybe that someone came back soon after,” Beth said.

According to the sheriff, the reasons for removing the diner visitor are unknown, as it is unclear whether the shooter was one or there were more of them.

The authorities called on anyone with information about the incident to get in touch.

About 100 officers from various agencies are “combing the area for videos” or other clues that may help with the investigation, Beth said.

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