Police in Grand Junction shot a 29-year-old man early Friday morning after the two parties got into a confrontation, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.

Around 1 a.m. Friday, police responded to reports of a suicidal male with a gun outside a residence in the 2400 block of Jack Creek Road. When officers arrived, they found the man walking down the street with a handgun, the sheriff’s office said.

A confrontation ensued, and officers shot the man, the sheriff’s office said. He was transported to the hospital for unknown injuries. No officers were injured.

The 21st Judicial District Critical Incident Response Team is investigating the shooting. Per protocol, the officers involved will be placed on administrative leave.

This is the 32nd police shooting in Colorado this year, and the second in Grand Junction.