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UPDATE: At 2:32 a.m., LETA 911 sent out an all clear message to residents saying police activity had resolved and it was safe to return to normal activity.
UPDATE 12 a.m. Monday: As of midnight, the shelter in place alert is still active in the area. For overnight updates, follow LETA 911 on Twitter or check their website at leta911.org/emergency-alerts. The Coloradoan will resume coverage of the situation early Monday morning when more information is available.
ORIGINAL STORY: Authorities issued an emergency alert for the Avery Park neighborhood of Fort Collins on Sunday night.
Avery Park is located just west of Colorado State University.
According to the LETA 911 alert sent at 9:21 p.m., there is ongoing police activity in the area of Clearview Avenue and Castle Rock Drive. Residents are urged to stay inside, stay away from windows and doors and shelter in place immediately.
“We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved,” the alert read.
LETA 911 resent the same alert at 10:09 p.m.
According to Fort Collins police spokesperson Dustin Weir, officers in the area are attempting to contact a suspect related to a burglary investigation. Weir added that additional details were not available as of 9:45 p.m.
This is a breaking news story and it will be updated when more information is available.
Coloradoan reporter Sady Swanson contributed to this report.
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