Great Wolf Lodge ‘active shooter’ threat as guests at Grapevine, Texas, resort ‘told to stay in their rooms’

POLICE are responding to reports of an active shooter at a Great Wolf Lodge in Texas.

The suspected Christmas Day shooting prompted a lockdown at the hotel.

"Our officers are responding to an active threat call at Great Wolf Lodge," Grapevine Police said in a stocial media statement.

"There are no injuries reported, but we are still on scene and searching the area."

Police added that some rooms in the Texas hotel were on lockdown "as a precaution."

"We have additional units arriving on scene and continue to check the welfare of everyone inside."

A text from the hotel warning of the emergency incident was shared on social media.

"We have become aware of an emergency situation by a guest that there is a possible active shooter in the building," the text said.

"If you are in your room please do not leave for any reason.

"If you are out of your room please evacuate to safety. Grapevine PD is currently investigating the situation."

"Law enforcement is currently at our resort looking for an individual who made concerning statements threatening the safety of our guests," Great Wolf Lodge said in a statement to The Sun.

"There have been no indications to us from law enforcement that this individual is armed.

"For the safety of our guests, the resort is currently in lockdown & we following the lead of law enforcement."

Great Wolf Lodge said they would give more information once it became available.

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