An armed siege sparked by reports of a man with a gun in Oxford has ended peacefully, police said.
Thames Valley Police said shots were fired from a property in Paradise Square in the city centre with officers returning fire.
Nearby streets were cordoned off by officers who were called to the scene at around 1.15pm.
Negotiations with the man took place through Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.
A firearms incident in Paradise Square, Oxford, has ended peacefully.
All road closures have been lifted in the area. A small scenewatch remains in place.
-- TVP Oxford (@TVP_Oxford) May 8, 2018
At around 6.30am on Tuesday, the force said the incident has been resolved and that road closures in the area had been lifted.
One person was treated for non-life threatening injuries, paramedics said.