A man shot outside the Central Intelligence Service headquarters in McLean, Virginia, has died, the FBI said on Tuesday. The FBI said Monday night the man emerged from the vehicle with weapons and the CIA said the man had not violated the area.
The FBI said in a statement Tuesday that the man died from injuries after being taken to a local hospital.
“The FBI examines every shooting incident involving an FBI special agent,” the FBI said. “The audit will carefully examine the situation of the shooting and gather all relevant evidence from the incident. As the investigation is still ongoing, we are unable to provide further details at this time. ”;
The FBI said the shooting took place around 6:00 p.m. local time on Monday.
“A person involved in a security incident outside the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in McLean, Virginia, emerged from his vehicle armed with a law enforcement officer,” an FBI statement said.
The suspect was rushed to hospital for medical treatment, according to the FBI. It did not provide any further details on the shooting, although it was said hours earlier that officials had responded to reports of suspicious vehicles outside the CIA headquarters.
A source near the scene told CBS News he had heard 13 gunshots.
A CIA spokesperson told CBS News that its compound was not violated and that the only staff involved was the safety guards working alongside local law enforcement. The CIA later sent questions about the incident to the FBI.
Pat Milton contributed reporting.