Green Bay Packers' stadium Lambeau Field is currently experiencing heavy police activity, amid reports of a potential bomb threat.
Just one day ahead of the Green Bay Packers' home game against the rival Minnesota Vikings, there is a serious situation developing at Lambeau Field.
Police have not confirmed yet, but a man is reportedly in custody after hitting multiple vehicles.
A bomb squad was also brought in to investigate the area.
The full report on the Green Bay Crime Reports - Police, Fire, and Rescue Facebook page:
1265 Lombardi - Lambeau Field - WEAPONS CALL - possible ACTIVE SHOOTER situation near the warehouse - white Firebird - security office loading dock. Firebird drove into the building. EMS is staging in the area. Schools being put on lockdown
UPDATE 1:12 pm - male suspect in custody
Checking for bombs or devices inside Lambeau. Hazmat team being sent to scene. Male in vehicle hit multiple other vehicles in the area.
No reports of any injuries that we know of
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NOTE: 1:47 pm - this came in as a possible weapons call but we really have no details of the situation at this time - media holding a press conference shortly
PackerNews.com's Aaron Nagler also reports that a bomb threat is being investigated.
A video tweeted by Twitter user @dNor7 appears to show an SUV in the Lambeau Field parking lot partially on top of another vehicle.
It is unclear exactly what went down, but it sounds like someone is in custody, and we should learn more from authorities in Green Bay soon. We'll update as the situation develops.
The Packers and Vikings are scheduled to kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET on Saturday night.