UPDATE: Woman in Custody for Shooting at Broomfield Walmart
UPDATE: The Westminster Police Department and Broomfield police officers received a report of shots fired at the Walmart around 2 p.m.
After securing the scene, officers took an adult woman into custody. An initial investigation revealed that she and a man exchanged gunfire near the Subway in the southwest corner of the store.
The man fled the scene. Officers believe the two know each other, but they are not sure as to how.
The Walmart is currently closed.
One person is in custody following an active shooter situation at a Walmart in Broomfield.
A video from The Denver Channel shows multiple police cars and fire trucks outside of the Walmart, near 120th and Sheridan.
The store's front door is blocked off with police tape, and several civilians are seen gathering in the parking lot.
Police said there were no injuries.
The Broomfield city government does not believe there is "an immediate danger" to the public; however, police asked people to avoid the area around 2:35 p.m.
No further information is available at this time.