UPDATE: 7 a.m. EDT -- Philippine police arrested a husband and wife for the shooting on Wednesday that left China's consul general to Cebu wounded and two members of his staff dead, Philippine Daily Inquirer reported. Now under custody are Li Qing Liang, whom security cameras showed exiting the crime scene after the shooting, and his wife, Gou Jing, the Inquirer said.

Original story: 

MANILA, Philippines -- China's consul general to Cebu, Philippines, was shot in a restaurant in the city Wednesday but appears to be out of danger, police said.

Song Ronghua is in "stable" condition in hospital, Police Colonel Marciano Batiancela told International Business Times in a phone interview. Two of his companions were killed in the shooting and the shooter is "under custody," he said.

Batiancela said the shooter is ethnic Chinese. The Philippine Daily Inquirer and other media identified him as Li Qing Ling. Batiancela said there is no known or suspected motive yet.