Suspect in Custody After Report of Shooting at NH Hospital

Suspect in Custody After Report of Shooting at NH Hospital

Suspect in Custody After Report of Shooting at NH Hospital

Police in New Hampshire on Tuesday took into custody a suspect linked to an active shooting report at Dartmouth-Hitchcock hospital, a spokesman for the Lebanon, New Hampshire, police department said. Traffic in the area has been stopped on routes leading to the Hospital, Associated Press reported. Several social media reports indicate one person has been shot.

The hospital said in a statement the building is now on lockdown "following reports of an active shooter in the hospital". It is not clear if the lockdown has been lifted.

According to a tweet from hospital officials at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, police are now on site.

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Dartmouth College tweeted that police are looking for a man, 6-foot-1, with salt-and-pepper blond hair wearing a red camouflage shirt and believed to be carrying a camouflage backpack.

With state police and the attorney general are responding to the incident but are only go so far as to call the incident an "active investigation".

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