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Boulder police lifted a shelter in place order for residents in the Goss Grove area after a call about a barricaded suspect who initially was thought to possibly be connected to the shooting at King Soopers earlier today.

Boulder police had tweeted that residents near 17th and Grove streets should shelter in place “while (police) respond to report of armed, dangerous individual.”

“PD is investigating to determine if this is related to King Soopers shooting,” police tweeted at 5:10 p.m.

Boulder police Cmdr. Kerry Yamaguchi said it now appears this incident was not connected, but did not give any further information.

The University of Colorado Boulder canceled remaining classes for the day. Boulder High School, which is on spring break, did go on secure lockout for anyone who might be on campus.

Boulder police earlier in the day responded to an active shooter at King Soopers at 3600 Table Mesa in south Boulder that saw at least six people killed.