YANCEYVILLE — A woman and one of her children were killed and two other of her children were wounded when gunfire erupted in a rural home south of Yanceyville, investigators say.

The man suspected of firing the shots died of a self-inflicted wound after leaving the home, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.

The victims were discovered Saturday, May 18, when deputies were called to a home at 8110 Cherry Grove Road in the unincorporated Cherry Grove community, the sheriff’s office said.

“Deputies ... found four victims had been shot inside the residence,” the sheriff’s office said. “Two victims, 37-year-old Danielle Hines and a juvenile, were pronounced dead at the scene, and two juvenile victims were transported to an area hospital for treatment.”

The conditions of the wounded juveniles was not released.

Anthony Lamont Siler, 37, fled the home in a vehicle before deputies arrived, officials said.

Siler was later stopped by deputies near Burlington in neighboring Alamance County, and he died at the scene of “a self-inflicted gunshot wound” while still in his car, officials said.

Details of a motive in the shootings have not been released and investigators have not said if the victims are related.