MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) - Two law enforcement officers and two civilians were wounded and police said they believed they had the shooter cornered in a church early Sunday morning. Police declined to release the condition of the people who had been shot, and few details were immediately available. David Duke, Moscow assistant police chief, said a city police officer and a Latah County sheriff's deputy were shot late Saturday night or early Sunday morning near downtown. Two civilians were also shot. Duke said the victims were shot with automatic weapons. Dozens of law enforcement officers surrounded the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Moscow, where the shooter or shooters are believed to be, Duke said. The incident began around 11 p.m. Saturday, when someone began shooting at the Latah County Courthouse, Duke said. Streets in the area have been barricaded and residents have been told to stay inside their homes. Moscow, a community of about 20,000 people that is home to the University of Idaho, located 80 miles south of Spokane, Wash. Reports say at least 75 shots have been fired. About 40 shots hit the Latah County Dispatch center which is near the church. Last shots from church at about 8 am eastern daylight time. Units deployed around scene of area with a five block area of downtown Moscow ordered in lockdown. Last report indicate shots may have come from bell tower of the church. Updated info. confirms one civilian and two officers hit and brought to hospital. One officer very seriously injured at least. Officers have entered the church and have found two unidentified dead persons inside. It has been secured as a crime scene and further info. will be delayed. The police say the second civilian injured was from a separate incident, unrelated to this shooting. Witnesses say one of the police officers hit by bullets was killed. That officer lay on the street 20 minutes until help could get to him during the initial barrage of gunfire. Reports say the church was also the residence of a caretaker who is presently not accounted for. Authorities are referring to the second body in the church as that of a "victim." It is not confirmed that this is the caretaker.