UPDATE: Colorado Springs police have released more information and released the man in question:
A man was detained Monday afternoon at the Memorial Hospital Central parking garage as police investigated reports of a "suspicious person" making threats to shoot one of the victims from Friday's deadly Planned Parenthood attack, police said.
The man, whose identity was not released, was questioned and released after police did not consider him a threat, said Sgt. James Sokolik, a Colorado Springs police spokesman.
Sokolik said he did not immediately know the man's motivation.
Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs was on lockdown earlier today after threats were received:
Colorado Springs police are looking for a "suspicious person" Monday afternoon at Memorial Hospital after he allegedly made threats to shoot one of the wounded victims from Friday's Planned Parenthood shooting, according to police.
Heavy police activity was spotted in the area around the hospital and now police believe they have their suspect:
It’s frightening the new suspect not only made threats to one of the surviving victims, but was located near the hospital. Hats off the the Colorado Springs police for acting quickly. There is no word on who received the threats and what the motive might’ve been for another shooting.