At least two people, including a gunman, were killed in a nightclub
shooting in the German city of Constance, Deutsche Welle quoted police as saying Sunday.
Officials say they don't think a terrorist motive is likely.
Police in Germany's southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg said the 34-year-old alleged perpetrator of Sunday's pre-dawn shooting had died of wounds after a shootout with police.
The other person killed was a guest at the discotheque.
Injuries were sustained by three other persons inside the venue as well as a police officer hurt during the shootout after the suspect left the premises.
The officer's wounds were not life-threatening, police and prosecutors said.
Earlier on Saturday, A 26-year-old man has been held on one count of murder and five of attempted murder in Hamburg.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said to victims and families that "the violent act must be and will be clarified."