AURORA, Colo. - Multiple police agencies, including a swat team and bomb squad, are outside the apartment complex of a man who killed 12 people and injured over 30 others at an Aurora movie Theater.
Video from the Scripps Denver affiliate at 6:20 a.m. showed a FBI agent removing the glass from the window. In the last hour, video showed very small cameras being used to look inside a broken window, past the mini blinds.
The apartment is believed to be the home of 24-year-old James Holmes. ABC News said Holmes was arrested after the deadly shooting at a theater in Aurora.
Twelve people died after a gunman opened fire in a theater showing "The Dark Knight Rises" at 12:05 a.m. on Friday.
The suspect was arrested in the parking lot of the theater, police said.
The man was found at his car, behind the theaters, according to Police Chief Dan Oates.
He was found with two weapons in his possession, a rifle and a handgun, police said.
Investigators said they recovered a third weapon, but they did not say where that weapon was found or what it was.
The suspect alluded to bombs at his house, police said. That is why police went to the apartment in North Aurora.
The apartment complex appears to be on Paris Street between 16th and 17th avenues.
Witnesses told the Scripps Denver affiliate officers started pulling up around 1 a.m.
The Scripps Denver affiliate has learned that Holmes lived in apartment 10.
Neighbors around the apartment have been evacuated.
Oates said there is no evidence of additional shooters.
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