It was reported that an active shooter was traveling in a UPS building in America.

Footage showed that armed officers stormed the scene in Logan Township, New Jersey as they ducked behind police vehicles.

An armored vehicle was also called to deal with the incident, which began at 9 am local time.

Dozens of police and police cars were also seen near or outside the sprawling complex.

Some reports suggested that shots were fired in the video, but this was not confirmed by the authorities. There are currently no reports of injuries.

"As far as I know, it was someone who did not work there who had a confrontation with his partner," a witness told local news channel 6ABC.

"Then there was a massive police presence as soon as we walked out of the building, there were a good ten police cars, and everyone had their guns pointed at the main entrance to the building," she added.

The police responded to the incident

The Procuratorate of Gloucester County has not yet confirmed the report of an armed man, but said "the situation is limited."

"We have an active incident," said Police Chief Tom Gilbert to "Tactical elements were used."

The school district of Logan Township said that schools are currently being detained as those responsible deal with the incident. They said that all students are safe.

The nearby Swedesboro-Woolwich School District said the situation was under surveillance.

The building at the center of the incident is a UPS Mail Innovations facility.

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Picture taken at crime scene in Logan Township

There are currently no reports of injuries

UPS has released the following statement regarding the incident: "UPS is working with law enforcement agencies to respond to an active shooting situation at one of the company's supply chain processing facilities in Logan Township, New Jersey.

"We can not currently provide information about the identity of the people involved."

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