Two people were killed in a shooting Saturday in Alexandria, Virginia, and police are investigating three different crime scenes within a single apartment complex, authorities said.
Officers received calls about "possible burglaries and shots fired" in the 100 and 200 blocks of Century Drive at around 7:30 a.m., according to Alexandria police. The address corresponds to the Assembly Alexandria apartments.
One person was pronounced dead at the scene. Another person was taken to the hospital, but did not survive their injuries. More information about the victims was not immediately provided.
Police also took an unidentified person of interest into custody at the scene.
The circumstances surrounding the shooting are not clear. It is also not known how the three crime scenes could be related to one another.
"We have the burglaries in one location, possible burglaries in another location and then the shots fired in another location," police said.
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The complex includes hundreds of units and residents. Those inside were told to stay in place, and those outside the perimeter were not allowed back in as police investigated.
"I’m more concerned about the people, the inconvenience is like, meh," one resident said.
Police canvassed the complex into the afternoon to make sure there were no additional scenes or victims.
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