TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A 33-year-old Topeka man is dead, and five officers were placed on administrative leave following a police-involved shooting Thursday morning in south Topeka.

The Topeka Police Department said around 12:40 a.m., officers responded to a home in the 4800 block of SW Topeka Boulevard after a woman called 911 to report her brother was trying to break into the house. The man got inside the home and attempted to barricade himself inside.

Shortly after that, the suspect, identified by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation as Taylor L. Lowery, left the scene in a car, and officers said they quickly found him at a Kwik Shop near SE 45th Street and Topeka Boulevard. According to TPD, Lowery was armed with a knife and tried to steal a different car with two women and a child inside. Five officers shot at the suspect multiple times, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. No one else was hurt.

The KBI is investigating the shooting. When the investigation is complete, it will be sent to the Shawnee County District Attorney.

KSNT News is reporting that it is the second police-involved shooting in Topeka in the last two weeks. On Sep. 29, a shooting involving several officers happened downtown near SW 6th Avenue and South Kansas Avenue. The suspect was critically wounded in that incident. Nine TPD officers and one sheriff’s deputy were placed on leave while the KBI investigates.