LITCHFIELD, Ill. – An officer with the Litchfield Police Department shot a person Thursday in the parking lot of a local credit union.

According to the Illinois State Police, the Litchfield police received a call about a person with a gun after 10 a.m. They found the suspect in the parking lot of the Taylorville Community Credit Union.

Police claim the individual displayed a gun, and two officers fired at the suspect. The armed individual was struck and then taken to a nearby hospital. No officers were injured or hit during the incident.

This is an ongoing investigation. FOX 2 will give updates as more information becomes available.