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Three people, including the gunman are dead after shooting in Auckland office building — as it happened
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New Zealand police say a 24-year-old gunman who shot two people dead in World Cup host city Auckland had previously worked at the construction site where the incident took place.
The man was found dead after opening fire on police and six other people were injured in the tragedy. 
See how it unfolded. 
By Georgie Hewson
It's been a tragic morning for Auckland and police will continue to investigate the circumstances around what happened.
Stay on the ABC News website for more coverage as updates emerge.
By Georgie Hewson
Here's what we know about the tragedy that unfolded in Auckland  this morning:
By Georgie Hewson
Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said police are satisfied there is no ongoing risk to the public and no reason why the tournament shouldn't go ahead.
"The matches are safe to attend," he said.
"We have an elevated presence anyway because of the FIFA.
And we will bolster that."
In a statement on Twitter, FIFA said the reopening hours of the FIFA Fan Festival in Auckland city centre will be confirmed in due course.
By Georgie Hewson
The building has not yet been cleared and the lockdown has not been lifted.
The scene guard will remain in place while investigations continue.
Police say they are minimising the cordoned area, so the CBD can be back to business as usual as soon as possible.
By Georgie Hewson
Commissioner Coster thanked officers on the scene for their bravery.
"Our staff who walk towards danger to keep the public safe," he said.
"I am very proud of their actions today.
"What they did is outstanding."
By Georgie Hewson
Commissioner Andrew Coster said six people have been injured, but that this could increase.
"I'm sure that number will move around," he said.
"This is a very dynamic situation … I suspect that number could be higher and people may have presented at hospital in the last hour or two that I have not heard about."
He said their injuries ranged from moderate to serious.
By Georgie Hewson
Commissioner Andrew Coster confirmed the shooter was the subject of a sentence of home detention but had an exemption to work at the site where the incident happened.
"The individual is known for primarily family violence history," he said.
"There is nothing to suggest that he has a higher level of risk than was indicated by that history."
He said the motivation for the attack was not clear.
"There are some indications of mental health history but I don't have the details," he said.
"We believe the weapon is a shotgun, so not prohibited, however the individual does not have a firearms licence so he should not have possessed that."
By Georgie Hewson
New Zealand Police say they believe the offender is a 24-year-old who worked at the construction site where the shooting took place.
Addressing the media, Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said the gunman made his way up through the site firing multiple shots. 
"At around 8am our armed offenders squad supported by the special tactics group located the offender inside a lift shaft where he had barricaded himself and attempted to engage him, having secured the floors above and below," he said,
"The offender fired at police and injured an officer. Shots were exchanged and the offender was later found deceased."
Police arrived within 10 minutes and found two members of the public dead in the lower levels of the building.
"We know that several workers found refuge hiding inside the building during the event," he said.
The injured police officer was transported to hospital in a critical condition and is now stable.
By Georgie Hewson
You can watch the press conference with New Zealand Police here.
By Georgie Hewson
Truck driver Christina Tuala was working as a truck driver nearby when she says she heard gunshots and saw people running.
"We got escorted across the road and we could see people on the 13th or 14th level cowering behind concrete boulders in there and we saw one dude laying down on his side the whole time so we weren’t sure if he was hurt or not," she said.
"We were escorted to a shed across from the ferry and told to stay there until they were released."
By Georgie Hewson
Security will be heightened at tonight's opening Women's World Cup game at Eden Park according to the Associated Press.
Norway's team was staying  a short distance away from the shooting.
Captain Maren Mjelde said teammates were woken by the sound of a helicopter hovering outside the hotel.
"We felt safe the whole time," she said in a statement.
"FIFA has a good security system at the hotel, and we have our own security officer in the squad.
"Everyone seems calm and we are preparing as normal for the game tonight."
Officials from Eden Park are encouraging ticket holders to arrive at the stadium early.
“There will be an increased security presence within the precinct and across the venue. Additional traffic management measures are in place,” a spokesperson told the Associated Press.
The Philippines and United States teams were also staying nearby.
By Georgie Hewson
You can watch the full interview with Auckland mayor Wayne Brown on News Channel here.
By Georgie Hewson
New Zealand Police will hold a press conference in relation to the incident.
Police Commissioner Andrew Coster will speak to media at 1pm (11am AEST)  at the Auckland City Police Hub.
Stay on this blog for updates from the conference.
By Georgie Hewson
Mayor of Auckland Wayne Brown just spoke with News Channel.
"It is a very sad day for Auckland and I am shocked and saddened by the events that occurred downtown this morning," he said.
"We are not used to this sort of stuff; I can't ever remember anything like this happening in the city.
"It is tragic and distressing for all Aucklanders and it is something we're not used to here."
By Georgie Hewson
Newshub reporter Emma Olsen told ABC Radio Adelaide she was out the front of the building during the incident.
"We were heading to the FIFA Women's World Cup fan zone … we were about to do a fun live cross playing football when I got a call from a producer," she said.
"So I ran out and there were all these construction workers outside. I kid you not within two, three minutes police cars were swarming the area."
The reporter said during a live cross on the incident she heard what she thought were gun shots.
"Two minutes later a police officer came out with two or three other police officers with blood coming down his front."
By Georgie Hewson
Armed police remain at the scene of the shooting where they are investigating exactly what happened.
Here's more footage from lower Queen Street.
By Georgie Hewson
The New Zealand soccer team say preparations for the game tonight at Eden Park will continue as planned.
By Georgie Hewson
Earlier we brought you a recount from a witness who ran from the scene on her morning commute.
Here's the full interview with Erin Sokolowsky on News Breakfast.
By Georgie Hewson
Video captured earlier by New Zealand media shows the heavy police presence on Queen Street as the situation unfolded.
By Georgie Hewson
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