UPDATE: FBI RELEASES INFO SHEET ON DEAD SHOOTER….DEATH TOLL AT 13….

UPDATE 21: The death toll is now at 13, as stated in another press conference by the Chief of Police in DC.

The FBI has also released this shooter info sheet on Aaron Alexis. They are apparently seeking information on the suspect:

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Here’s a large photo of Alexis:

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UPDATE 20: Dead shooter identified as Aaron Alexis, 34, of Texas. One suspect police thought was involved has been found and released:

FOX NEWS – A gunman suspected in the killing of at least eleven people at a Navy building in Washington has been identified as Aaron Alexis, 34, of Texas, Fox News has learned, although police were searching for a second possible suspect in the attack.

Police were operating under the theory that the gunman may not have acted alone, although one person being sought was later found and cleared. Alexis was killed in the shooting, which broke out just after 8 a.m. at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters in southeast Washington.

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier told reporters that 12 people died in the early morning incident at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters in southeast Washington. There were conflicting reports on the number of victims and the number of gunmen in the ensuing hours, although a federal law enforcement official told Fox News that one shooter has died. Police said as many as two additional gunmen wearing military-style uniforms may still be at large and thousands of workers at the building were told to “shelter in place” until officials could safely evacuate them.

“This is not over,” Rear Admiral John Kirby, the U.S. Navy’s chief spokesman, told reporters. “The building is still in lockdown, as are other buildings. Still being treated as an active search. No one is moving right now.”

UPDATE 19: This from the Chief of Police at a press conference: 12 Confirmed dead; Others injured including police (not all gun shot wounds); Suspects still on the loose: White Male wearing tan military naval uniform wearing beret-style, black male 40-50 years old wearing olive military who is 5’10” with gray hair on side of head.

UPDATE 18: Both NBC Washington (via livestream) and NBC Evening News are reporting that the death toll is now 7 dead and up to 15 may have been shot:

UPDATE 17: Turns out initial reports by CBS and NBC identifying suspect as Rollie Chance are WRONG:

 

 

UPDATE 16: Or maybe that suspect info is incorrect after all:

 

UPDATE 15: CBS News is identifying shooter (assuming dead?) as Navy chief petty officer Rollie Lee Chance, born 1963, from Chesapeake, VA:

Also more info about weapons:

 

UPDATE 14: Below is the Chief of Police in DC at the first press conference talking about the 2 shooters on the loose:

UPDATE 13: DC Police Chief says at press conference there are potentially 2 other shooters on the loose that police are searching for: White Male wearing Kahki military uniform with handgun, Black male in 50s with Olive drab military uniform with ‘long gun’, the other shooter dead. UPDATE 12: The AP is now reporting that the death toll is 6 now and police are checking for a possible second shooter:

 

 

UPDATE 11: Multiple sources now reporting that the number shot was 11 and 4 were killed. Also being reported is that the shooter was a former Navy official:

 

UPDATE 10: NBC Washington reporting from NBC News that there may have only been one shooter. That shooter has been neutralized and, according NBC Washington, and used a double barrel shotgun to target specific people, according to police.

UPDATE 9: NBC Washington now reporting 4 officers down and that includes a mix of police and naval officers…

UPDATE 8: NBC Washington reporting from 2 police sources that shooter is dead. Second Shooter still on the loose according to WNEW below…

 

UPDATE 7: NBC Washington reporting that Pete Williams from NBC News is telling them that the 2nd shooter operating in a 2nd building and police are still searching for suspect. Gunfire still being reported… UPDATE 6: NBC Washington confirming at least 10 people shot…4 killed. Also, more details are coming out that shooter was firing from overlook down at people in cafeteria:

 

 

UPDATE 5: NBC Washington reporting that police are telling them it is still an “active shooter situation.” They are also hearing from police that there are at least 2 shooters and they believe one has been taken down.

UPDATE 4: Washington Post also reporting MULTIPLE SHOOTERS – at least 3:

Three shooters are involved in the Navy Yard shooting, a police spokeswoman said.

One of the shooters is “down,” police said, but two remain in a building on the grounds.

One of the shooters at large is dressed in fatigues. At least one has a long gun, police said.

UPDATE 3: NBC Washington now reporting from multiple sources that there are MULTIPLE SHOOTERS involved in shooting…

UPDATE 2: Senior Navy official telling NBC Washington that 12 people were shot and 4 of them are dead.

UPDATE 1: At least 10 people shot according to NBC Washington Livestream.

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At least seven shot including two police officers at a DC Naval yard and the shooter is still on the loose:

NBC WASHINGTON – As many as seven people were shot – two of them police officers – on the grounds of the Washington Navy Yard Monday morning, and the shooter has not yet been apprehended, authorities confirmed.

One of those shot was a D.C. police officer, reported NBC News’ Pete Williams.

The U.S. Navy says three shots were fired at 8:20 a.m. inside Building #197 at the Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters, 1336 Isaac Hull Ave. in the Southeast section of the District. U.S. military officials say the gunman – armed with an AR-15, a military-style assault weapon – first shot an U.S. base security officer.

Authorities say a base police officer also was seriously injured.

One victim was reported to be on the roof of a building, reported News4’s Tony Tull.

The shots continued to ring out through the morning, including a volley that Tull reported at about 9:20 a.m.

WATCH LIVE STREAM HERE for latest.

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