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Loveland police issue shelter in place notification for north Loveland neighborhood

The Loveland Police Department is advising residents to shelter in place due to police activity in a north Loveland neighborhood.

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UPDATE: The situation has been resolved, per police. Residents can resume normal activities.

UPDATE: Due to chemical agents deployed by police, close all windows and doors and remain inside, according to police. 

ORIGINAL STORY: The Loveland Police Department is advising residents to shelter in place due to police activity in a north Loveland neighborhood. 

According to an emergency alert, residents in the area of 4200 Stringtown Drive are advised to remain inside their homes. Residents are asked not to call 911 unless they have an emergency. 

The Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority said another message would be sent when the situation had resolved. 

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available. 

Jennifer Hefty is an editor at the Coloradoan. Reach her at jenniferhefty@coloradoan.com or follow her on Twitter @jenniferhefty. Support her work and the work of the Coloradoan’s 15 other journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today.

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