Police searching US Senate office buildings following report of active shooter
Authorities order individuals in offices to shelter in place amid ongoing investigation
By Michael Hernandez
WASHINGTON (AA) - US Capitol Police (USCP) is searching Senate office buildings Wednesday after receiving a report of "a possible active shooter" on Capitol Hill.
Capitol Police emphasized that they do not have "any confirmed reports of gunshots," but received "a concerning 911 call." Police ordered those inside the buildings to shelter in place amid an ongoing investigation.
"If you are in the area, follow the directions of our officers," Capitol Police wrote on Twitter. "USCP is still continuing to investigate. Please continue to shelter in place."
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