(CNN) -- A Maryland TV station was evacuated Tuesday as police looked for a man who may have smashed a truck through the station lobby, authorities said.
The official Twitter account of the Baltimore County Public Safety department said the first call from station WMAR in Towson was received at 11:45 a.m. There was a report of a disturbance, with a man banging on the door trying to get in.
Within minutes, authorities said, there was another call about a truck in the station's lobby.
When officers arrived, the suspect was not inside the vehicle, police said.
The motive was unknown.
The building was evacuated as officers searched for the suspect. No injuries were reported.
The WMAR Twitter account reported that the building was on lock down.
TOWSON, Md. (WBAL-TV) -- A driver of a vehicle has barricaded himself inside WMAR-TV's building after plowing his vehicle through the building.
According to SkyTeam 11 News Capt. Roy Taylor, the van drove through the front doors of the television station at
Once the entire vehicle was inside the building, the driver bailed out of the vehicle,
Nearby St. Pius X School has been placed on lockdown as a precaution, according to officials.
No further details were immediately available.
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