OAK CREEK - The FBI now says the suspected gunman in the Sikh temple shootings in Oak Creek Sunday killed himself.
"The evidence indicates that the second responding officer who shot Page in the stomach, thereby neutralizing the threat, and by the way, I've seen the video. It is an amazing shot, and thank goodness. Subsequent to that wound, it appears Page died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head," said FBI Special Agent in Charge Teresa Carlson.
Carlson said while police took him down, Wade Michael Page took himself out with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Investigators say Page opened fire at the house of worship near Milwaukee, killing six people.
Since the temple tragedy, investigators have been working around the clock.
"We have conducted over 100 interviews nationwide, including those of family, associates, employers, neighbors of Wade Michael Page," said Carlson.
Authorities have also issued 180 federal grand jury subpoenas, and have more than 100 leads pending worldwide.
"We are reviewing voluminous electronic records from Page's email accounts, his telephone. We have conducted physical searches of his residence, his vehicle, his storage locker, and space he had at his employer," said Carlson.
The video system inside the temple was not turned on the day of the shootings, so there is no footage of the attack from inside the building.
Squad car video exists, but police said it will not be released at this time.
Investigators said they have not linked anyone else to the attack.
"We still have identified no one else responsible for this shooting other than him. We also have not clearly defined a motive at this point," Carlson said.
Wednesday, authorities confirmed that neither Page's ex-girlfriend, nor an unidentified "person of interest" were involved.
While both the FBI and local authorities confirm Page was the lone shooter, prosecutors indicate the alleged gunman may not have acted entirely on his own.
"We are continuing to pursue the involvement of any others who might have been in any way associated with the shooter on Sunday. That is a part of our effort too, likewise, to ensure the safety and security of the community and for good law enforcement purposes," said U.S. Attorney for Wisconsin's Eastern District, Jim Santell.
The FBI says the arrest of Page's ex-girlfriend, Misty Cook, wasn't connected to the shootings.
Carlson said Cook was arrested and released Sunday on a weapons violation after investigators interviewed her.
Cook told a Milwaukee newspaper in an email: "If I could say something to ease the pain of the victims and their families, I would gladly do so. Unfortunately, words do not begin to heal the pain they are going through."
Agents say they still are still investigating the shootings as an act of domestic terrorism, and are examining Page's links to white supremacy groups.
The FBI says detectives continue to process the crime scene at the temple. Nearly 140 items have been recovered from the parking lot alone.
The investigation could take weeks or longer.
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