ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - One or more offices are believed to have been shot and a suspect killed Saturday morning in Albuquerque.
Police have yet to release any information, but a witness reported hearing multiple high-power rifle shots near Broadway Boulevard SW and Coal Avenue at about 11 a.m..
A pursuit believed related to that shooting led officers up Rio Grande into Los Ranchos and down Fourth Street to Montano.
A resident of Los Ranchos also told KRQE News 13 of hearing numerous gunshots.
The pusuit has ended but it's not yet clear what the current situation is.
KRQE News 13 has crews en route to the scenes and will update this report as information becomes available.
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