Shooter in custody following police, fugitive standoff in NJ

There are reports of an active shooter in Salem, N.J., authorities confirmed Wednesday. (KYW/CNN)

SALEM, N.J. — An alleged shooter is in custody in New Jersey following a Wednesday standoff with police, officials said.

There were no injuries to law enforcement or the suspect, New Jersey State Police said.

During a press conference with Gov. Phil Murphy, authorities confirmed they were responding to an active shooter investigation in Salem County.

According to Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, there was a standoff between police and a fugitive they were trying to arrest in the vicinity of the 100 block of  Broadway in Salem.

Salem County Offices are currently on lockdown, the Salem County Government posted on Facebook.

Everyone is advised not to come to the surrounding area.

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