Denver police have arrested a shooting suspect whose actions triggered neighborhood warnings early Thursday morning.
Police notified residents in the 2700 block of West 28th Avenue to shelter in place before they arrested the suspect. The advisory has now been lifted.
Witnesses called police about the shooting early Thursday morning, according to a 4:10 a.m. Denver police tweet.
Police have not reported whether anyone was injured during the shooting. The name of the shooting suspect has not been released.
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#DPD Officers are on-scene in the 2700 Blk of West 28th in regard to a reported shooting. Officers are attempting to locate a possible suspect. With that in mind nature, a “Shelter In Place” advisory has been issued for the area. #Denver pic.twitter.com/BGEY5zjsjL
— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) April 25, 2019