Police responded to reports of a woman carrying a semi-automatic assault rifle at Tutu Hi Rise Wednesday evening.
While rumors flew on social media and radio of a potential active shooter situation, police say no shots were fired. The woman has not been located.
“There was a female with an A-47 in Tutu high rise. Officers were on the scene searching but negative results finding her. No shots was discharged or anyone hurt,” V.I. Police Department spokesperson Glen Dratte said Wednesday evening.
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