WATCH | A possible active shooter was reported at Redstone Arsenal Army Base in Alabama.
A lockdown at Redstone Arsenal Army Base in Hunstville, AL on Tuesday has reportedly lifted, according to WJLA.
Officials reportedly believed the community was no longer threatened by a possible active shooter.
Gov. Kay Ivey (AL-R) on Tuesday purportedly confirmed Tuesday afternoon there was no shooter, ending the lockdown.
The base entered lockdown Tuesday after reports of a possible active shooter near the facility.
Dan O'Boyle, a spokesperson for Redstone Arsenal Army Base, reported that everyone was given a "shelter in place" command.
The base tweeted about the incident.
Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL) tweeted that he will be monitoring the situation.