Shooting reported at Las Vegas airport

LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas police responded to the city's international airport Monday evening after a shooting that appeared to be related to domestic violence, authorities said.

There were few details on the shooting available Monday night, though the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department called the shooting an ongoing investigation at about 6:40 p.m. local time.

Police told NBC affiliate KSNV that two people were shot at the Terminal 1 parking structure.

The incident was reported at 5:56 p.m. PT, according to the official McCarran International Airport Twitter feed. Two people were taken to local hospitals, according to that Twitter account. An earlier tweet said their condition wasn't immediately clear.

The shooting suspect was not on airport properly shortly before 7 p.m. PT, according to another tweet from the airport. It wasn't clear if that meant a suspect was at large.

KPRC will provide more information when it becomes available.