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Netflix's Hollywood offices were put on lockdown and a suspect arrested Thursday amid reports of active shooter.
Employees at the Sunset Bronson Studios were evacuated from the site as pictures online showed officers with guns drawn outside the offices of the streaming giant. 
Director and writer David Hayter tweeted: 'Currently locked down in our offices at due to an active shooter.'
LA police received a 'second hand' report of a person with a 'deadly weapon', reports say. A suspect was later arrested at his home and the lockdown lifted.    
Hayter later tweeted: 'Dearest Tweeps, The lockdown has been lifted. My fellow writers and I have left the lot safely. We are now recovering in typical writers’ fashion. Love you all.' 
KTLA5 was also placed on lockdown. They reported seeing dozens of officers at the Netflix building at the entrance of the lot on Van Ness Avenue. 
Police responded after a member of the public said they received a call from a former Netflix employee saying he was armed and 'ready to take action', according to reports. 
Eyewitnesses say four helicopters were at the scene and police stopped traffic on Sunset Blvd. Workers were told to 'move to interior spaces' away from windows. 
A Netflix spokesman told : 'We received a tip about a potential law enforcement incident at our LA office.  
'Police are conducting a sweep of the lot out of an abundance of caution. There is no immediate danger or threat to our employees.' 
They later added: 'We've now received an all clear from the LAPD. There was never an individual with a firearm on the property.'

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