MORAINE, Ohio (AP) — Police say a man shot two people at a General Motors engine factory in Ohio, killing one and wounding another before shooting himself in the head.

Officers and firefighters in Moraine, which is just south of Dayton, responded just after 9 p.m. Thursday to a report of an active shooter at the DMAX plant, Moraine Police Sgt. Andrew Parish said.

Police said Friday the gunman shot and killed a co-worker in a feud over a woman who works at the factory.

“This was a feud between the two men, apparently over a female,” Parish said.

The woman the men were feuding over also works at the plant, but it wasn’t clear if she was there at the time. She wasn’t injured, Parish said.

One victim died at the scene and the other was transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect also shot himself and was transported to a hospital for treatment, Parish said.

Other people were injured while the workplace was being evacuated, he said.

Police say the killer fired 12 rounds.

The DMAX plant in Moraine provides diesel engines for pickup trucks, according to the General Motors website. It’s a 60/40 joint venture between GM and Isuzu Motors that employs more than 800 workers and has built engines in Moraine since 1999.

“I’m shook up,” said Brian Smith, who has worked at the factory for about 10 years. He told WHIO-TV that he got scared and ran after hearing “at least 10 to 12” shots.

Pat Morrissey, GM’s vice president of corporate communications, said production at the plant has been suspended until further notice. The factory’s director, Paul Tanis, expressed deep sadness and condolences to everyone affected in a statement that said the company is working with local authorities on the investi