Lockdown lifted at Los Angeles Air Force Base

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- The "all clear" has been sounded at the Los Angeles Air Force Base.

The base was on lockdown due to reports of a suspicious person wearing a vest or backpack with wires coming out.

At about 6:15 p.m. PST, an “all clear” was sounded over loud speakers at the base. It was not immediately known if anyone was in custody.

KTLA reports that the suspicious person had ammunition magazines but was not believed to have a firearm.

Police initially received a call with a report of an active shooter but found that no shots had been fired.


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