Radcliffe Haughton, a 45-year-old Wisconsin man suspected of killing three people and wounding four others in a Sunday morning shooting at a spa, was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot, police said.
Police said they found Haughton's body inside the Azana Salon and Spa in the western Milwaukee suburb of Brookfield, where the shooting erupted shortly after 11 a.m.
Police had said earlier they had found an improvised explosive device inside the salon after the shooting. It was unclear whether the device had been disarmed by the time they found Haughton's body.
After word began to circulate that Haughton was dead, police called off the search for him. Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Milwaukee, where four survivors had been taken with non-life-threatening injuries, ended its lockdown before the official announcement of Haughton's death.
"The hospital has resumed normal operations," the hospital said in a statement. "We are certain that our environment is safe."
None of the victims has been identified. WISN-TV reported that all four of the wounded were women.
With the help of a Milwaukee Police Department bomb squad, police had nearly cleared Haughton's home in nearby Brown Deer, with no indication that any explosives had been found inside.