Law enforcement officials swarmed a U.S. Army Reserve facility outside of San Francisco Tuesday after reports of an intruder on the base. There were also unconfirmed reports of shots being fired.
The incident happened at Camp Parks, which serves as a mobilization and training center for Army Reserve personnel. Camp Parks is located in Dublin, Calif.
Officials from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said via Twitter that there were unconfirmed reports of an intruder on the Army base. There was no confirmation as to whether shots were fired.
The initial lockdown orders came around 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time.
Unconfirmed report of an intruder on camp parks. No one seen and no confirmed shots fired. Searching garrison area. Many agencies on scene.
— ACSO (@ACSOSheriffs) June 21, 2016
Officials from three local law enforcement agencies and the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office responded, and numerous tactical officers walking the grounds of the training center with guns drawn.
Drones were also reportedly being used to assist in the search for the intruder or intruders.
Around 1:10 p.m. Pacific Time, the sheriff’s office reported that the search was 70 percent complete and there was no immediate threat.
The lockdown orders were confined to Camp Parks. Schools in the Dublin area were not on lockdown but were told to shelter in place.
Residents were told to avoid the area.