BURNET, Texas (KXAN) — On Saturday, the City of Burnet provided an update surrounding an incident at a home in the 800 block of E. Elm Street with a heavy law enforcement response.

Officials said the initial call reported shots fired during an altercation, and the suspect was seen outside the residence with a handgun.

Burnet County Judge James Oakley told KXAN the incident was connected to a domestic dispute.

Burnet police officers found shell casings at the scene, and officers learned a woman was shot in the arm and taken to a local hospital before their arrival.

“The victim arrived at the hospital by private vehicle with non-life-threatening injuries from a gunshot wound and was treated and released from the hospital,” the city said in a statement.

BPD contained the scene with assistance from the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office and Marble Falls Police Department, according to the statement.

Officials attempted to contact the suspect several times, but the statement said they were unsuccessful.

According to the city, the Texas Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol and Texas Rangers, along with the SWAT team, Special Response Team and Crisis Negotiation Teams, responded to help with the incident.

Officials acquired an arrest warrant for the suspect, and they continued to contact the suspect for several hours—with no success, according to the city.

“As the arrest warrant was initiated, officers heard several gunshots from inside the residence, and officers took cover. Entry was made into the residence, and officers found the suspect had a self-inflicted gunshot wound,” the city said.

The statement said an ambulance took the suspect from the scene, but he later died.

The city did not provide the suspect’s name but said it would be released after notifying his family.

BCSO initially issued a shelter-in-place Friday evening near East Elm Street, according to a BCSO Facebook post.

The Friday post asked residents within a three-block area of the 800 block of East Elm Street to stay where they are until further notice.