Gunman kills 6 in Sikh temple in Wisconsin 3 others are hurt at service; shooting treated as domestic terror ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jeffrey Phelps/associated press The shooting was considered an act of domestic terrorism, police said. tom lynn/REUTERS A woman was comforted Sunday outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. scott olson/getty images The suspected shooter was killed by a police officer, authorities said. scott olson/Getty Images Police responded at the scene Sunday morning. Allen Fredrickson/REUTERS The incident came after the July 20 mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater. Darren Hauck/Getty Images Members of the Sikh community reacted during a press conference at Oak Creek, Wisc., a day after the shooting. Darren Hauck/Getty Images Members of the Sikh community held the mug shot handed out by the FBI of the suspected shooter Wade Michael Page. tom lynn/reuters Ranjit Kaur gathered with members of the Sikh community in Oak Creek. Tom lynn/reuters Members of the Sikh community gather at Oak Creek Centennial Church for a press conference. John Gress/REUTERS Teresa Carlson of the FBI held a photo of the suspected gunman at a press conference in Oak Creek, Wisc. Jeffrey Phelps/AP The six victims of the shooting ranged in age from 39 to 84 years old. Mehdi Taamallah/afp getty New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg spoke at the Sikh Cultural Center in Richmond Hill in Queens. Channi Anand/AP Members of the Sikh faith protested in Jammu, India, on Monday. the Florida Times-Union/ap Members of the Sikh Society of Northeast Florida held a candlelight vigil in Jacksonville, Fla., for the victims of Sunday’s shooting.