The publication adds that PKK members also attacked an oil pipeline in the province’s Midyat district, where Gelinkaya is located.
The incident coincides with another pre-dawn attack, where a tractor laced with 2 tonnes of explosives claimed the lives of two security officers and wounded 24 others in the eastern Agri province.
Turkey designates PKK a terrorist organization and is carrying out a military operation against it in northern Iraq, breaking a two-year truce with the group.
At least 260 PKK members were killed in the latest 12-hour airstrikes conducted by Turkish fighter jets.
On Saturday, the Kurdish regional government in Iraq called on PKK to withdraw from its territory to prevent civilian casualties.
Ankara also opened a campaign against the Islamic State jihadist group in Syria last week.