At least four police officers wounded in shooting in southeast Washington, D.C.

The authorities claimed that the police officers’ injuries are not life threatening. The area has not yet been cleared.

The Washington, D.C. Police Department responded to a shooting that occurred in the southeast of the city. Four people were wounded, all of them police officers. Their injuries are not life threatening. Three were hit by bullets and the other was reported with another injuries. According to the latest update from authorities, the scene of the incident has not yet been cleared and remains active. People were asked to stay away from the area.

Authorities reported that a suspect was taken into custody after hiding in a house for more than 12 hours, according to NBC.

The shooting occurred in the 5000 block of Hanna Place Southeast. NBC reported that suspect locked himself in his home and began shooting after police approached with a warrant for his arrest.