LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- A suspect who was shot by Lakewood police while they were trying to serve felony warrants has died.
Police spokesman Rob Albrets says they found the man at a convenience store early Saturday and the man told them he was armed.
Agents were attempting to contact the man, who had at least seven felony warrants, according to Rob Albrets with the Lakewood Police Department.
A SWAT responded and the man was shot.
Witnesses in the Winchell's Donut House told Denver7's Amanda del Castillo that they saw the man being loaded into an ambulance.
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The man has not been identified.
The investigation into the shooting will be led by the Jefferson County Critical Incident Response Team.