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Suspect shot in leg After Making Threats at FBI Headquarters in Cincinnati

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Suspect accused of trying to breach an FBI facility in Cincinnati has been shot in the leg but is still mobile in a Clinton County cornfield. Also reportedly wearing body armor and armed with an AR-15 style rifle

Thursday, a pursuit and ongoing police crisis in Clinton County led to the closure of two highways and the lockdown of the surrounding area. After a potential threat was made against an FBI headquarters in Cincinnati, it all began.

FBI Cincinnati reports that the incident began at 9 a.m., when an individual attempted to breach the visitor screening facility at the Kenwood office.

Officials from the federal government have stated that the suspect made threats while present at the federal facility and looked to be armed with a firearm.

After that, it’s said that the suspect ran away, which prompted Ohio State Police to totally close down Interstate 71 and State Highway 73 near Clinton County.

During the ongoing standoff between the police and the suspect, many rounds have reportedly been fired, according to sources speaking to FOX3.

However, it is unknown who, if anyone, was hurt in the incident.

According to information provided by Clinton County EMA, a lockdown has been ordered for any structures located within a mile and a half of the intersection of Smith Road and Center Road. Everyone, including residents and business owners, should ensure their doors are locked.

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