DENVER (AP) — The Latest on reports of shots fired outside the Colorado state Capitol (all times local):
Police are investigating reports of shots fired near the Colorado state Capitol that temporarily put the building on lockdown.
Police say there were no reports of injuries Thursday. A photo from The Denver Post showed police taking a man into custody outside the Capitol.
Witnesses told Denver media outlets that two people shot at each other. A number of shell casings were seen on the street.
Joshua Crews told the newspaper that he was near the Capitol when he saw gunshots coming from a vehicle. He dove behind a barrier to protect himself.
A lockdown has been lifted at the Colorado state Capitol after police responded to a report of shots fired near the building.
There was a large police presence in the area but no injuries were initially reported.
An investigation was continuing.