Update, 5:16 p.m.:

In a statement, D.C. police said officers responded to the report of a person with a weapon in the 1000 block of Newton Street NE at about 3:40 p.m. The suspect fled and was arrested after a foot pursuit that went onto the tracks at the Brookland station, police said.

Update, 4:32 p.m.:

In a statement, WMATA officials said a suspect being pursued on foot by D.C. police ran onto the tracks at Brookland station before being taken into custody.

Update, 3:53 p.m.:

Rail service has been restored about a suspension that lasted about 10 minutes, officials said. Metro didn’t immediately release other details about what prompted the service suspension.

Original post:

Rail service on part of Metro’s Red Line was suspended Monday afternoon in Northeast Washington because of a police investigation, authorities said.

At about 3:45 p.m., Metro officials said Red Line service was suspended between Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet stations because of a police investigation at Brookland.

No other information about the incident was immediately available.