PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Police were called to the Pease Air National Guard Base in Portsmouth, New Hampshire after reports of shots fired, authorities tell Boston 25 News.
Newington, New Hampshire Police say they responded to the base Tuesday morning for reports of shots fired, but say the scene is under control and there are no injuries.
The Portsmouth NH Police Department also posted to Facebook.
A reporter for the Seacoast Online says officials tell her it was being treated as an active shooter situation after several reported hearing gunshots. They say no shooter or weapon has been found.
The Seacoast Online posted video on Twitter where loudspeakers can be heard alerting the lockdown.
Just after 12:30 p.m., the base issued an “all clear” announcement over the loudspeaker.
Vice President Mike Pence was scheduled to attend a roundtable event in Manchester Tuesday afternoon but abruptly canceled. The cancellation is reportedly not connected to the investigation at Pease.
Boston 25 News has reached out to local and state authorities in New Hampshire. Check back for updates on this developing story.
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