On Sunday, Baltimore police announced on Twitter there had been an officer-involved shooting on the city's west side. According to The Baltimore Sun's Yvonne Wenger, the shooting took place in front of a mural remembering slain teen Trayvon Martin.

Other photos taken at the scene confirm the incident's eerie setting.

Few details about the shooting are currently available, but police say the suspect was taken to an area hospital. The officer involved was reportedly not injured.

UPDATE - 3:20 p.m.: According to independent reporter James MacArthur, police said at a press briefing this afternoon that the shooting occurred during a traffic stop. BPD says officers first tased the suspect before shooting him. Police did not say if the suspect, who is now in critical condition, was armed.

UPDATE - 5:00 p.m.: Col. Garnell Green told The Baltimore Sun that the police investigation is still in its early stages, but offered this information:

"One of our officers initiated a car stop. During that car stop, the suspect got out of his vehicle," Green said. "What happens after that is still under investigation. What I can tell you right now is this: One of our officers did tase the suspect and another officer shot the suspect."

[Image via Twitter/Yvonne Wenger//h/t Breaking 911]