Police cordon off the crime scene after the August 12 shooting rampage in Cetinje, southwestern Montenegro.
A man went on a shooting rampage in a town in Montenegro, killing 11 people before he was shot dead in a gun battle with police, state television reported.
Montenegro state TV quoted police as saying that six other people, including a policeman, were wounded. The shooting occurred after a dispute within a family, the police said.
The violence occurred on August 12 shortly after 4 p.m. local time in Cetinje, a town of about 18,000 in southwestern Montenegro.
Several people were brought to a hospital in Podgorica, according to news reports. The senior state prosecutor is on the scene along with the emergency services and the police.
The Montenegrin police administration has not yet released a statement on the incident.