BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Several police officers and firefighters responded to a Walmart in Broomfield on Tuesday afternoon. Broomfield officials say police are responding to an active shooter situation.

Police arrested a woman moments after the shooting. A man was arrested later, police say.

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Investigators say the two suspects knew each other and shot at each other inside the store. The shooting does not appear to be random, police say.

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The store is located on 120th Avenue and Vrain Street. The scene has cleared, but the store will not reopen until 6 a.m.

Officers blocked off at least one entrance to the store and were also seen behind the building and on the roof.

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Officers were seen arresting someone on the perimeter of the store. There was a stroller with a baby car seat nearby.

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It is unclear whether there was a child, and whether they were harmed. Police say the stroller was not apart of the shooting investigation.

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Several people were seen standing to one side of the building and in section of the parking lot.

Police say they are interviewing witnesses and employees.

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Police say there are no injuries, and there is no danger to the public.