PhotosShooting at Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin (Photos)08.05.12PhotosShooting at Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin (Photos)At least seven people were killed after a gunman opened fire inside a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisc., on Sunday. See photos from the ground.08.05.12 7:44 PM ETM. Spencer Green / AP Photo ; Scott Olson / Getty Images (2) ; Kevin Frayer / AP PhotoThe shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin has prompted a massive investigation, candlelight vigils, and even protests in India. A look at the aftermath of the tragedy. Scott Olson / Getty Images Police responded to reports of a shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoAt least six people were killed after a gunman opened fire inside a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisc., on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012. Darren Hauck / Getty ImagesSWAT officers surrounded the Sikh Temple after the shooting, which occurred about 10:30 a.m. Wisconsin police said the gunman was shot by a responding officer. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoOfficers took up positions around the temple. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoBystanders outside the temple. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoPolice and witnesses described a chaotic situation with an unknown number of victims. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoThe shootings occurred about 10:30 a.m. at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in the town of Oak Creek, just south of Milwaukee, officials said. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoA man wipes away tears outside the temple. In addition to the dead, three men with gunshot wounds were admitted to Froedtert Hospital, the region’s main trauma center. Jeffrey Phelps / AP PhotoSikh Temple ShootingA woman held a candle during a vigil for the victims of the shooting. Oak Creek Police Department / AP Photo Lt. Brian Murphy, a 21-year veteran of the Oak Creek Police Department, was one of the first officers to arrive at the temple. Murphy was ambushed by the gunman, who shot the officer multiple times at close range, according to Police Chief John Edwards. Murphy survived the attack. M. Spencer Green / AP Photo Amardeep Kaleka, son of slain temple president Satwant Kaleka, comforted temple members. Four priests, including Kaleka, died in the attack. Sajjad Hussain, AFP / Getty Images The tragedy reached India, where activists shouted anti-U.S. slogans during a rally in New Delhi on Aug. 6. Sikh leaders in India said that Muslims may have been the intended target. M. Spencer Green / AP Photo Worshipers gathered for a candlelight vigil after a prayer service. Scott Olson / Getty Images The Illinois Sikh Community Center hosted a candlelight vigil on Aug. 6 to honor the victims of the shooting in Wisconsin. M. Spencer Green / AP Photo Sikh worshipers in Brookfield, Wisconsin, held a prayer service the day after the shooting in Oak Creek. Jeffrey Phelps / AP Photo Members of the Sikh community attended a news conference at Oak Creek Centennial Church. Scott Olson / Getty Images A member of the Sikh community in Wisconsin wept as he heard information about the shooting. Kevin Frayer / AP Photo Lokinder Kaur’s husband Ranjeet Singh was killed during the shooting on Aug. 5. Kaur mourned at the family’s home in New Dehli, India. M. Spencer Green / AP Photo The FBI released this photo of shooting suspect Wade Michael Page.