The Latest on a Denver hospital placed on lockdown amid reports of a shooting (all times local):
Police have lifted orders for people to shelter in place at buildings surrounding a Denver hospital complex that was put on lockdown after reports of shots being fired.
However, police urged those inside Rose Medical Center to stay in place Friday while officers continued to investigate.
Police and hospital officials say no injuries have been reported.
The complex went on lockdown following reports that shots had been fired in the area about two miles east of downtown.
Police are conducting a standard room-by-room search inside a Denver hospital complex after reports that shots had been fired in the area.
Denver police Officer Tyrone Campbell says the search is standard protocol. No injuries were reported Friday incident at Rose Medical Center, about 2 miles east of downtown.
Campbell says police are looking for a man seen with a gun, described as a white male in his mid-30s wearing a flannel shirt and hat.
Multiple police units responded to calls of shots fired. Officers were on a rooftop of the complex.
The scene outside the complex was calm.
Police say multiple telephone calls were received about shots being fired in an area surrounding a Denver medical center.
Rose Medical Center spokeswoman Julie Hogan said Friday no one at the hospital was hurt.
Denver police Technician Tyrone Campbell refused to say whether police had determined shots had been fired, saying the investigation was continuing.
He says police were searching for a man seen with a gun, described as a white male in his mid-30s wearing a flannel shirt and hat.
Police say a Denver hospital complex has been placed on lockdown after a report that a man was seen carrying a rifle on the complex grounds.
Police spokeswoman Raquel Lopez said Friday there was no confirmation that shots had been fired or anyone injured at the Rose Medical Center complex.
Denver police officers surrounded the complex east of downtown after the sighting, captured on a surveillance camera.
Several roads surrounding the complex were closed.
An adjacent Veterans Administration hospital also was on lockdown as a protective measure.