Authorities say a shooting at a Chabad synagogue outside San Diego Saturday has left one woman dead and three others hospitalized in stable condition.
San Diego County Sheriff William Gore said at a news conference that a white man entered Chabad of Poway on Saturday and opened fire on worshippers with an AR-type assault weapon.
Gore says an off-duty Border Patrol agent believed to be inside the synagogue shot at the suspect as he fled. The sheriff says the agent didn't hit him but struck his car.
San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit says the 19-year-old suspect called police to report the shooting and a California Highway Patrol officer heard it on a police scanner, saw the suspect and pulled him over. Nisleit says the suspect got out of his car with his hands up and he was taken into custody without incident.
A handful of police cars were parked outside the synagogue in the city of Poway, just over 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of San Diego. Crime tape surrounded the street in front of the building.
Officials say deputies were called just before 11:30 a.m. when the synagogue was hosting a Passover meal and service.
The shooting came on the last day of Passover and exactly six months since a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue killed 11 people.
A truck driver who authorities say expressed hatred of Jews has been charged in the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history. He's pleaded not guilty to the Oct. 27 rampage at the Tree of Life synagogue.