VIENNA (Reuters) - At least five people were killed and a village in the Austrian province of Salzburg was sealed off on Friday after a man ran amok with a pistol, police said. Austrian state television said a 36-year old man shot dead a neighbour, his neighbour's wife and their four-year old daughter. The television said the deputy mayor of the village, who had tried to intervene in the dispute, and two other people were also shot dead before the man killed himself. Police confirmed five dead and said the area had been sealed off and a news blackout imposed "until late afternoon". "We fear there could be more dead," a police spokesman told Reuters by telephone from Salzburg. Earlier reports that the man had killed his former wife could not be confirmed. The shooting, in the village of Mauterndorf about 100 kilometres (60 miles) south of Salzburg, appeared to have followed a dispute between the man and the family with which he shared a house, the television said.