HARRISON, N.Y. -- Police were called to the Harrison train station on Monday evening after a commuter reported seeing "a man with a gun" on a northbound commuter train.
A Metro-North conductor reportedly was flagged down about 7:30 p.m. on Monday by a passenger who wondered why someone carrying a gun was aboard the train.
Harrison police said the train was searched for weapons and that it is suspected the armed person may have been a law enforcement officer authorized to carry a weapon.
Harrison police said Metropolitan Transit Authority police are investigating the incident.
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