Two people were reportedly killed during a suspected terror attack at a supermarket in France on Friday. About a dozen others were also injured.

According to the Associated Press, a gunman who claimed allegiance to ISIS walked into the Super U supermarket in the French town of Trébes on Friday morning and took as many as eight hostages. Police believe the suspect may have entered the supermarket shortly after opening fire on a group of police officers who were jogging nearby. One police officer was injured in that shooting.

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe spoke briefly on the attack and said it "seems to be a terrorist act." Police have not yet released the identity of the gunman, but he is reported to be a Moroccan national in his 30s. Upon entering the supermarket, he reportedly demanded the release of Salah Abdeslam, who was one of the suspects that took part in the Paris terror attacks in 2015.

As of 1:30 p.m. local time, police were still working to apprehend the gunman.