Shots fired near Trump's Mar-a-Lago, SUV breaches security, 2 female suspects in custody

Friday, Jan. 31, 1:40PM Eastern: FBI spokesman James Marshall tells reporters FBI is aware of an incident at Mar-A-Lago and have agents responding to the scene. A car chase near the resort ended with shots being fired near President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort Friday in Florida, police said. Officials are still determining the details.

Police fired shots at a black SUV that was being chased, then the SUV breached two security checkpoints at Mar-a-Lago.

The SUV then fled, and was later located.

Two female suspects are now in custody, says Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

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Source: ABC News, and CNN