Suspect in custody after New Hampshire church shooting
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A suspect was arrested after authorities responded to a call about an active shooter at a New Hampshire church on Saturday.

Police officers arrived at the New England Pentecostal Church after 10 a.m. and found two people suffering from gunshot wounds, according to a statement from the Pelham, N.H. police department.


A wedding was in progress at the time of the call and wedding guests had subdued the suspected shooter by the time police arrived, the statement said.

The suspect was arrested and the two wounded people were taken to nearby hospitals, police said.

There were not reported deaths from the incident as of Saturday afternoon.

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) tweeted that state officials were helping local first responders.

"While this remains a very active scene, the State of New Hampshire will provide all necessary resources to support the community and our local partners," he wrote. 

The New York Police Department's Counterterrorism Bureau tweeted that it was also monitoring the situation. 

The Hill has attempted to reach the Pelham, N.H., police department for comment.