BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Boulder police say an emergency notification went out to residents near 17th and Grove Streets Monday evening. At around 6:40 p.m., police lifted a shelter in place order.
Police say they investigated a report of an armed and dangerous person inside a home. Police now say that incident is unrelated to the shooting at the King Soopers.READ MORE: ‘We’re OK’: Children, Father Text Loved Ones While Hiding In Coat Closet Inside King Soopers
CBS4’s Tori Mason reports seeing several SWAT officers surrounding an apartment building. Some residents were seen being escorted by police. It appeared they were not involved with the suspect apartment.
At around 6:15 p.m., officers were seen leaving the scene and taking down police scene tape. It’s not clear if they took anyone in custody.READ MORE: ‘Go, Go, Go! Run!’: King Soopers Customer Describes What Happened After Hearing 3 Shots Inside Store
Emergency notification just went out: Boulder police asking people near 17th and Grove to shelter in place while they respond to report of armed, dangerous individual. PD is investigating to determine if this is related to King Soopers shooting.
— Boulder Police Dept. (@boulderpolice) March 22, 2021