Aurora police shot and injured an armed man at a residence Thursday night after officers arrived to investigate an assault, police said in a blog post.

Around 11:30 p.m on Thursday, police responded to the 1500 block of South Bahama Circle to investigate the  assault when the officers encountered the armed man, police said.

One officer then shot the man. He was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries, police said. Officers involved in the incident are on paid administrative leave, per protocol, during the investigation. The officers were equipped with body cameras, and the footage is being reviewed.

Police did not say what prompted the shooting or where the man was shot. No officers were injured.

Aurora police, Denver police and the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office are investigating the incident. Interviews, as part of the investigation, should be completed next week, Aurora police said.

Anyone who witnessed the shooting is asked to call Agent Jamie Krieger at 303-739-6113.

This is the 49th incident in 2019 in which a person has been killed or wounded in an altercation with law enforcement officers in Colorado, and the fourth involving Aurora police. Three people have been killed.