Washington (CNN) -- The U.S. Park Police arrested an Arizona man on firearms violations Wednesday after finding several guns in a vehicle parked near the National Mall in the nation's capital.
Park Police spokesman David Schlosser told CNN that several firearms, including rifles and a handgun, were found in a camper attached to a pickup truck parked near the Air and Space Museum.
The suspect has a wheelchair but was able to walk, according to Schlosser. No other details about the suspect's identity were released.
Police searched the camper and removed items, including clothing and a mattress, from it. Bomb sniffing dogs and bomb technicians were brought to the scene, but no explosives were found.
Schlosser said a Park Police officer on patrol spotted the vehicle on Wednesday afternoon. No information was released on what aroused suspicions about it.