DAYTON – The emergency response has been sent to the Wright Patterson Air force base in Dayton after reports of a possible active shooter.
Around 9:25 pm the base was locked down according to government reports of a possible active shooter inside the base.
Security forces are currently sweeping the building at the base, which is on lockdown, according to a release from 88th Air Base Wing Public Affairs.
This is a unfolding story we will update with more when it is released
Statement from Air Base Wing, “ At approximately 9:25 p.m., emergency responders responded to a report of an active shooter in the National Air and Space Intelligence Center in Area A at Wright-Patterson AFB. Security Forces are currently sweeping the building. The base is on lockdown. More information will be provided when available.“