DENVER (KDVR) — A man in Boulder is dead following a shooting with police officers after they were called to an alleged domestic violence situation.

The man has been identified as 36-year-old Christopher Swanger, according to the Boulder Police Department.

Just after 10 p.m. Thursday, officers with the Boulder Police Department were called to a home in the 1700 block of Baseline Road, in the Lower Chautauqua neighborhood, on reports of a domestic violence situation.

According to BPD, the suspect in the domestic violence situation told the victim that he was coming to the house and was known to carry a gun. Officers were already at the home when the suspect arrived.

Shortly after the suspect’s arrival, BPD said there was a confrontation and the man pulled out a gun. Two BPD officers fired their weapons and the suspect was pronounced dead.

No officers were injured in the shooting.

Per policy, both officers have been placed on paid administrative leave while the Boulder County Investigation Team investigates all the circumstances that led up to the shooting.

Swanger had active domestic violence warrants in Adams County and Boulder, FOX31’s Rob Low reported. Police say he attacked the same female victim on May 13.

They issued an arrest warrant for him and had been looking for him, but they had not found him before Thursday night’s shooting.