A gunman who killed three women at a beauty salon in Florida before turning the weapon on himself has been identified.
Police said 36-year-old Bradford Baumet had a domestic violence injunction against him.
He was scheduled to appear in court for a court hearing with the salon's manager, Marcia Santiago, who had taken out the restraining order.
About two hours before the hearing was to start on Thursday, Baumet entered Las Dominicanas M&M Salon in Casselberry and started shooting, police spokeswoman Sara Brady said.
Two of the three dead women have been identified as 52-year-old customer Gladys Cabrera and salon worker Noelia Gonzalez-Brito, 29. Police did not immediately identify the other woman who died.
The manager, 44, is in serious condition in hospital.
After the shooting, the gunman went to a friend's home nearby and shot himself, Seminole County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Heather Smith said.
He did not threaten his friends, but reportedly said "he had some problems, problems he could not remedy".
A witness told the Orlando Sentinel newspaper he heard gunshots before seeing the gunman flee.
Juan Diaz said he went into the salon once the gunman left and saw "a bunch of dead bodies".