UPDATE: 5 Dead in Annapolis Paper Shooting
UPDATE: Police have confirmed that the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Maryland newspaper is a white male who was armed with a long gun.
Anne Arundel County Police Lt. Ryan Frashure also told a news conference that police recovered what they believe to be an explosive device from the building housing The Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis.
He said the device "was taken care of," but didn't elaborate. He says authorities don't believe there are any other explosives at the site.
Frashure says police have no information yet on a motive for Thursday's shooting, which left five people dead and others seriously wounded.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Multiple people have been shot at The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
The Baltimore Sun, which owns the Annapolis newspaper, says a reporter told them of the shooting Thursday afternoon.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says it is responding to reports of the shooting.
Marc Limansky is a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County Police Department. He says officers are searching the building in Annapolis where the shooting was reported. He says the situation is "active and ongoing."
On TV reports, people could be seen leaving the building with their hands up, as police officers urged them to depart through a parking lot and officers converged on the building.