We’re just seeing reports of a shooting outside an NSA building at Fort Meade.
Police are investigating the report of a possible multiple shooting near a visitors gate that leads into the National Security Agency complex on Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County.
The reported shooting was said to have happened near the military installation’s visitors gate off of Route 32 at Canine Road around 7:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Aerial images from SkyFOX show a black van with body damage that apparently crashed into white security barriers near the gate.
At least three people have been shot. One of the victims appears to be a police officer. Their injuries don’t appear to be life-threatening. The suspect is in custody.
BREAKING: Reports of a shooting near NSA in Anne Arundel County. Officials confirm two medics on scene for an "incident" FOX45 has a crew headed to the scene. https://t.co/BM9YjQCmM1
— FOX Baltimore (@FOXBaltimore) February 14, 2018
— Tom Lynch (@TomLynch_) February 14, 2018
UPDATE: There has been a police officer injured in this incident. Unclear from which agency. Shooter (singular) is in custody. MD 32 is now CLOSED EACH WAY between the B/W Pkwy and Canine Rd. Traffic is NOT being allowed onto the Campus at NSA @wbalradio https://t.co/7ZaewsSvGt
— Jim Russ WBAL 1090 (@JimWBALTraffic) February 14, 2018
#Breaking: Incident reported at Ft. Meade / NSA in Maryland. Local media reporting a shooting with injuries. Aerials show black SUV that appears to have rammed a barrier. #KOMOnews pic.twitter.com/1FXax3XCmg
— Cayle Thompson, KOMO (@CayleThompson) February 14, 2018
Reference to possible shooting near NSA. The @AACOPD is not the investigating agency.
— Anne Arundel Police (@AACOPD) February 14, 2018
@AACoFD is assisting Fort Meade Fire Department with an incident at NSA. No additional information is available. @AACOPD is not the lead investigating agency. Questions should be referred to NSA and Fort Meade Public Affairs. @FortMead
— Anne Arundel Fire (@AACoFD) February 14, 2018
Fort George G. Meade – HWY32 is closed in both directions near Fort Meade due to a police investigation. Please take alternate routes, expect long delays and drive carefully.
— Fort Meade PAO (@FtMeadeMD) February 14, 2018
— FBI Baltimore (@FBIBaltimore) February 14, 2018
We’ll update you as we find out more.