Three people were dead Sunday after a shooting at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City in Overland Park, Kansas, an official said.
Shootings occurred at two locations, and one person is in custody, said Jason Rhodes, a spokesman for the Overland Park Fire Department.
A building at the center is on lockdown, and police are at the scene, the center said in a Facebook post.
CNN affiliate KSHB reported that there were two separate shootings at Jewish centers in the area — one at the community center and one at an assisted living facility.
The FBI is at the scene working with local authorities investigating shootings that occurred at two locations, FBI spokesman Joel Sealer said.
At the time of the shooting, auditions for a dance competition and dance recitals were being held at the community center, KSHB said.
“This was a community center full of young teens, and they were on lockdown after the shots started. Some of these kids were taken into locker rooms and told to lay on the floor as the shots rang out,” KSHB reporter Lisa Benson told CNN.