"Active shooter" was reported at the Texas hotel after a man made threatening comments while police officers rave about the building and guests lock themselves in their rooms
- Police in Grapevine, Texas are responding to reports from an "active shooter".
- Great Wolf Lodge has been locked down and guests have been told not to leave their rooms as officials flooded the building
- No injuries are reported, but officers are expected to search the area
- Great Wolf Lodge gave guests a text telling them that the alarm was triggered by someone else in the hotel
- Police said they couldn't find the man who made threatening comments to guests and claimed they had a gun from 2 a.m.
Police officers in Grapevine, Texas are still looking for a man who made threatening comments to hotel guests, claiming he had a gun on Christmas night.
A guest at Great Wolf Lodge issued a warning and police began swarming the building around 9:45 p.m. CT. Some rooms were locked and guests asked to lock themselves in.
The man had not been found by 2:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, but the police kept looking until the property was cleared.
The hotel informed the WFAA that the person had "made statements that endanger the safety of our guests".
A guest at the Great Wolf Lodge, as pictured above, issued a warning and police began swarming the building around 9:45 p.m. CT, locking down some rooms
The guests of the Great Wolf Lodge received a text on Friday evening in which they were asked to stay in their room or to evacuate as police officers flooded the building after reports of an "active shooter".
"Our officers are responding to an active threat call at Great Wolf Lodge," police said in a tweet, adding that rooms at the hotel had been locked
According to CBS, guests were given a text asking them to stay in their room or evacuate if they weren't already in their room.
"Our officers are responding to an active threat call at Great Wolf Lodge," police said in a tweet.
“No injuries have been reported, but we are still on site searching the area.
"Some rooms are locked as a precaution," they added.
"We have additional units on site and we continue to monitor the welfare of everyone in the house."
Grapevine Police Department respond to an "active threat call" at Great Wolf Lodge
The rooms at the Great Wolf Lodge were closed while police were looking for the man
A text was sent to guests at the Great Wolf Lodge, according to CBS, asking them to stay in their room or evacuate while police officers flooded the building
In a text allegedly sent to guests, the hotel states that they "learned of an emergency from a guest that there may be an active shooter in the building".
"If you are in your room, please do not leave your room for any reason," it added.
"If you are not in your room, please evacuate to safety."
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