INDIANAPOLIS — A suspect in Friday morning’s deadly shooting outside of a daycare was shot by police Friday in downtown Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said.

According to IMPD, officers were dispatched around 7:20 a.m. to West 10th Street and North Holmes Avenue. Police found a woman who’d been shot multiple times at the location. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

The victim was dropping off children at the daycare and there were multiple witnesses, police said. Investigators said some of the children may have seen what happened.

It happened outside Charity Church Childhood Center. Police received multiple descriptions of the gunman and his vehicle.

Around 10:30 a.m., police were called to 10th Street and Delaware Street after someone reported seeing a vehicle that matched the description of the vehicle involved in the shooting that left one woman dead on the near west side.

Officers responded and found the vehicle. The department said officers saw the suspect, later identified as 33-year-old Orlando Mitchell, holding a rifle.

“Immediately upon exiting their vehicles, officers observed the suspect holding a rifle. Officers gave verbal commands to drop the weapon. At that time officers discharged their service weapons,” said IMPD officer Samone Burris.

“I was at my laptop with my window open and heard at least 15 rounds of shots. It was nothing like I’d ever heard before,” said neighbor Grace Davis.

Police say they recovered two guns from the suspect who had two active warrants for his arrest stemming from previous incidents of domestic violence.

“Detectives are confident the suspect in the homicide is in custody and there is no further threat to the community,” said Burris.

Mitchell was taken to the hospital where he was last listed in a stable condition.

No officers or bystanders were injured. During the investigation, detectives located two firearms with Mitchell.

The department said Mitchell was being held Friday on two warrants related to prior domestic violence cases with a no-bond hold. Police are working with the Marion County Prosecutor’s office to file murder and other charges against him.

Two officers fired their weapons during the incident. The department said they are veteran officers of the downtown district, with one serving 31 years and the other 16. They were placed on administrative leave pending an internal investigation into the shooting.

Anyone with additional information about the daycare shooting is asked to call Detective Jeremy Ingram at the homicide office by calling 317-327-3475 or Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.

Matt Adams and Jacob Burbrink contributed to this story.