Updated at 6:15 p.m.: STAMFORD, Conn. -- A car that led police on a chase from the White House to the Capitol on Thursday afternoon, ending with police shooting the female driver to death, is registered to a Stamford resident, according to the Connecticut Post.
The car has Connecticut plates and is owned by a Connecticut resident who was born in 1979, Pete Williams of NBC News reported.
Stamford police converged on an apartment building near Scalzi Park late Thursday afternoon to execute a search warrant, the Connecticut Post reported.
It was not know whether the owner was driving the car. Photos and telveision footage from the scene show police surrounding a black sedan Infinity with Connecticut plate 323-YNS.
A woman with a small child in her car tried to ram into a White House barricade Thursday, then led authorities on a chase to the U.S. Capitol, where she was fatally shot, police said.
A police spokesman called the incident "isolated," during a press conference in Washington, D.C. "We are not talking about the suspect at this point," he said. He confirmed the suspect was dead and that a 1-year-old child who was in the car was safe.
"This does not appear to be an accident," a police spokeswoman said. "This was deliberate."
All members of the Connecticut delegation tweeted that they were safe after the shooting and the subsequent lockdown at the Capitol on Thursday.
Read the Connecticut Post story here.