(CNN) -- A lockdown at Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina was lifted after a gunmen involved in a domestic incident was apprehended at the base, military officials said Friday.
The lockdown was launched at about 8:45 p.m. Thursday after a shot was heard on the base, said Kristopher Levasseur, a senior airmen.
Authorities determined that the gunmen was a soldier from nearby Fort Bragg who was visiting the base.
"A single gunshot was fired inside one of the base residences; however there were no injuries.
The shooter subsequently left the scene but was later detained," a military statement said.
Military officials did not give any information on what the caused the shooting beyond calling it a domestic incident.
CNN's Shawn Nottingham and Leslie Tripp contributed to this story.