FORESTHILL (CBS13) – A standoff in Foresthill ended with a mobile home engulfed in flames today.

Placer County sheriff’s deputies say they were serving a search warrant this morning at the home but the suspect wouldn’t come out.

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Around noon Tuesday, the sheriff’s SWAT team was clearing the scene on at 6350 Baltimore Mine Road. A few hours earlier, the SWAT team attempted to serve a search warrant on the suspect. He allegedly refused to come out and reportedly started a fire in the home and began shooting at the deputies who say they didn’t shoot back.

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Firefighters put out the flames but weren’t allowed to go inside the home because they believed there was ammunition still inside the home.

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Law enforcement officials waited outside the home for the fire to die down. They believe he’s still inside the home, but haven’t confirmed whether or not he’s still alive.