Social Security lifts campus lockdown

This story has been updated

Just a few hours after a shooting and an attempted robbery occurred near the Social Security Administration's Woodlawn, Md., campus, the agency has lifted a lockdown, which affected nearly 12,000 SSA employees.

The shooting began just before noon behind the complex Monday, The Associated Press reported.

The Baltimore Police reported one victim, a male employee who sustained non-life threatening injuries, is being treated at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. The suspect is believed to have run away.

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