UPDATED: Fargo Police Say No Weapons Confirmed & No Evacuations in Domestic Dispute

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UPDATED: Fargo Police are investigating a domestic disturbance.

Police responded to the 1700 block of 49th Street South around 4 Friday afternoon.

By the time they arrived, the parties involved in the dispute had separated. Police are still looking for two people of interest.

They are waiting to release information about whether or not a gun was involved until they’ve spoken with all witnesses.

Police did notify neighbors that they were around but nobody was evacuated.

“We’re dealing with some of the parties that were involved and as they gathered the information from those individuals we determined that the initial threat that we thought existed was exaggerated and to the point that we don’t think that anyone was actually in jeopardy of any harm,” says Sergeant George Vinson of Fargo Police.

The incident is still under investigation.

ORIGINAL STORY: Fargo Police respond to reports of an armed man in South Fargo just after 4 p.m. Friday.

Police say calls came in to the dispatch center about an armed man with a shotgun.

Police now say they cannot confirm there was a weapon involved in what they are now saying is a Domestic Dispute.

No one was evacuated from their homes and police say there are no injuries.

They are still searching for two people who are involved in the domestic but fled the scene.

Police say there is no threat to the public.

KVRR’s Bianca Buono is on scene and we will have more details as they are confirmed through police.