At least two people -- a police officer and a citizen -- were injured in a shooting at a Wisconsin motorcycle shop this morning, police said.
The shooting was reported just before 9 a.m. at Eagles Nation, a motorcycle shop in Neenah, Wisconsin, about 40 miles south of Green Bay, police said.
There were reports of potential hostages, said police, and a SWAT team was activated.
Some homes and businesses were initially evacuated, police said, and residents in the area were urged to shelter in place and stay away from windows. Police later said the scene was safe and there was no threat to the community.
A citizen and officer were injured, police said. The officer is "fine," said police, adding that it's not anticipated he would miss work because of his injury.
It was not immediately clear what the status of the shooter was.
A representative from the Theda Clark Medical Center told ABC News one man was in the emergency room with a gunshot wound.