LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Two victims and a suspect are dead following a shooting inside a Summerlin law office on Monday morning.

According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, multiple emergency vehicles responded to a business near Pavilion Center Drive and Charleston Boulevard around 10:04 a.m.

Witnesses in the area tell FOX5 that the shooting was inside City National Bank, 10801 W Charleston Boulevard. Police would later clarify that the shooting occurred inside a law office within the bank’s building.

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Police also shared that the victims in the shooting were identified as a man and a woman, but their relationship to each other and the shooter is currently unclear.

Additionally, police confirmed that the suspect was not killed by police, and may have taken his own life.

Two victims and a suspect are dead following a shooting inside a Summerlin law office on Monday morning.

Police initially described the situation as a “dynamic event” and multiple LVMPD emergency vehicles responded. During a press conference, police confirmed that there is “no ongoing threat” to the community.

As of 1:00 p.m., the building has been completely evacuated.

Schools in the area were on a brief, soft lockdown, but those lockdowns have since been lifted. Nearby businesses also told FOX5 that police have not placed them under lockdown.

Paris Werly, a friend of an employee in the office, spoke with FOX5 and said she reached out to the office staff once reports of the shooting emerged.

“I reached out to staff, managers, and other interns working on the 3rd floor… Thankfully, they were okay, they were hiding,” she said. “They were hiding on the 3rd floor while the shooting was on the 5th floor.”

Las Vegas police are responding to reports of a shooting at a bank in Summerlin on Monday morning.

Another witness, Benjamin Lieff, told FOX5 that he was under lockdown for an hour at a nearby WeWork location until police allowed them to leave.

“We saw a lot of cop cars rush into the parking lot, and then fire trucks came,” he said. “They started blocking everything off and we saw people with really large guns… We just knew there was something pretty serious.”

Metro says Pavilion Center Drive remains closed south of Charleston, though Charleston has reopened in both directions.

Anyone with information related to the shooting is urged to avoid calling 911, and instead contact (702) 455-AIDE (2433).

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.


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