A suspect was charged with murder on Sunday for fatally stabbing a woman in a Vancouver suburb library earlier this weekend.
That's according to Canadian police, who said the 28-year-old suspect, Yannick Bandaogo, was charged with second-degree murder.
The female victim was in her late 20s but was not named in a police statement.
Six others were wounded in the early afternoon attack on Saturday.
They've all been taken to the hospital and do not have life-threatening injuries.
Video from the scene outside the library appeared to show a man injuring himself with a knife before being pounced on by police.
Police tweeted, "He has undergone surgery for self-inflicted wounds and is currently in police custody."
The suspect's motive is still under investigation, along with his background and relationship to the victims, if any.