Streets were closed Wednesday morning as police investigate a shooting near Pennsylvania and Southern avenues SE in Washington. (Peter Hermann/The Washington Post)

An off-duty D.C. police detective was shot multiple times early Wednesday morning near the intersection of Pennsylvania and Southern avenues SE, the Post’s Peter Hermann and Victoria St. Martin report. The unidentified detective, Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said, is in stable condition following surgery; one arrest has been made, but police are searching the District and Prince George’s County seeking several additional suspects. The incident appeared to have been an attempted carjacking, Lanier said, but details remain sketchy. The detective is the first D.C. cop to be shot since last year’s Navy Yard shootout.

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