SAN DIEGO — Two police officers reportedly were shot and injured late Saturday in San Diego, California.
Here is the latest information:
Update 12:24 p.m. PDT June 24: Homicide Capt. Mike Hastings said at a news conference that investigators were waiting for a search warrant so they could enter the condominium where the shooting occurred, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
The names of the officers injured have not been released. Investigators also have not released the name of the suspect who was killed, the Union-Tribune reported. Police also did not confirm whether the man was a resident of the unit.
1:43 a.m. PDT June 24: KNSD's Omari Fleming reports that investigators are unsure whether the suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound or was killed by officers.
KSWB's Andrew Luria tweeted that "hundreds of rounds may have been fired" in the shootout.
"After getting no response from the man, police determined he was dead shortly before 1 a.m.," the Union-Tribune reported.
Update 12:26 a.m. PDT June 24: According to KFMB reporter Steve Price, the shooting suspect "appears to be down" and has "head trauma."
KSWB's Andrew Luria reported that the suspect had been "wearing body armor." Officers sent a robot into the apartment where he had been hiding, police said.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the suspect was "possibly deceased."
The wounded San Diego police officers' condition was not yet known, Price tweeted.
Update 12:01 a.m. PDT June 24: According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, police said a gunman shot at officers through a wall at an apartment complex off Rolando Court. A SWAT team was at the scene, where the suspected shooter was still inside the building, police said.
The newspaper reported that officers had taken another man into custody about 11:20 p.m. PDT but "ascertained within moments that he was not the shooter."
Emergency personnel rescued a firefighter from the building after the two wounded police officers "and at least one firefighter were pulled out of the building on a ladder," the Union-Tribune reported.
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