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Denver shooting update: Injured officers responded to domestic disturbance call, shooter at large

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department has provided additional information about an active shooter situation outside of Denver, Colorado.

In a tweet, the Douglas County Sheriff’s office said that the active shooter incident began with a domestic call on Sunday morning.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, multiple deputies have reportedly been shot but their conditions are not known at this time.

The shooter appears to still be at large, and authorities have not yet identified a suspect. Earlier Sunday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department issued a Code Red shelter-in-place order. The sheriff’s department has since shared information about public shelters for anyone who is caught in the area and unable to reach their own residence.

ABC 7 News is on the scene with live video.

CrimeOnline will continue to update this developing story as more information becomes available.

 

[Feature image: ABC 7 News video screenshot/Douglas County, Colorado]