Tucson Blvd. near Glenn St. reopens after SWAT situation - Tucson News Now

Tucson Blvd. near Glenn St. reopens after SWAT situation

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Blvd. has just been reopened after early morning SWAT situation wraps up. 

An armed robbery from Thursday afternoon, led to the SWAT situation that happened in midtown early Friday morning, according to Tucson Police.

TPD closed down Tucson Blvd.  between Blacklidge and Glenn St., as TPD's SWAT team surrounded a house with a possible suspects inside.

According to TPD, an investigation into a possible armed robbery of a Safeway near Craycroft and Grant, led them to this house in midtown.  TPD arrived around midnight to serve a  search warrant, but the people inside refused to come out. 

SWAT was called in, according to TPD officials, and after setting off flash grenades, a single suspect left the house, and is currently in police custody.  One suspect possibly remained inside the home, say TPD officials on scene.

Tucson Blvd. is now open between Blacklidge and Glenn St.

Stay with Tucson News Now this morning for updates as they come in.

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