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Two in custody after report of gun on San Diego submarine base

SAN DIEGO -- Two people were in custody at the Navy submarine base here after a report on base of a "suspicious person armed with a handgun," officials said.

Base personnel were told around 10:50 a.m. Thursday to "shelter in place." The order has since been lifted. There were no reports of any shots being fired.

The incident was under investigation by base police and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.


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