Police release 911 call made by priest in attack

View photos
Parishioners kneel at the front door at the Roman Catholic church the Mother of Mercy Mission at a makeshift memorial for the Rev. Kenneth Walker on Thursday, June 12, 2014, in Phoenix, after a Wednesday evening attack leaving Walker shot and killed and the Rev. Joseph Terra critically injured. Police have no suspects at this point, but they are canvassing the neighborhood and going over physical evidence from the scene. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

PHOENIX (AP) — Police have released a 911 call made by a priest as he reported an attack of a fellow priest at their Phoenix church.

On the call, the Rev. Joseph Terra is out of breath as he reports that his assistant priest has been attacked. He stays on the line as police and paramedics rush to the scene and a dispatcher instructs him how to administer CPR on the Rev. Kenneth Walker, 28.

Terra could not provide much information to the dispatcher, saying he had no description of the attacker.

Walker was killed in the attack. Police still have no suspects.