British police have ended an armed hostage siege, the BBC reports, saying there were no casualties after a gunman took two staff members hostage at a bowling alley in a leisure complex in central England.
Earlier on Sunday, Warwickshire police had ruled out an connection with "terrorist activity" after saying they were dealing with an "ongoing incident" at the leisure park in Nuneaton.
Mehdi Afshar, chief executive of MFA Bowl which owns the alley, was quoted by the BBC as saying the police had stormed the building and ended the siege. There were no casualties, the BBC added.
Earlier, pictures on Twitter showed armed police at the complex, which is home to a cinema, gym and several restaurants, and local media reported that roads leading to it had been closed off.
Earlier on Sunday, Mehdi Ashfar had told Sky News: "We believe from what my manageress tells me that he is an ex-husband or a boyfriend of a member of staff. That is what I know, I can't confirm that for definite."