The logo on the door of a City of Detroit Police vehicle is shown April 17, 2014, in Detroit, Michigan. Getty Images

UPDATED: 11:02 p.m. EST -- The person of interest surrounding a double police shooting in Detroit Wednesday night has reportedly been taken into custody, according to local news outlet 7 Action News.

Details surrounding the apparent arrest of Raymond Durham were scarce, but one local reporter tweeted that he was shot in the process.

However, the Detroit Police Department tweeted that he was arrested "without incident."

Police have also reportedly found the gun Durham allegedly used to shoot the two officers.

Another photo purportedly of Durham has surfaced on social media. Previously police had circulated another image of him.

The officers who were shot -- one in the neck and the other in the ankle and bulletproof vest -- were reportedly in stable condition following their hospitalizations.

UPDATED: 10:41 p.m. EST -- The police officers who were shot in Detroit Wednesday night were reportedly working the case of another officer who was shot and killed in the area months ago, according to a tweet from a local reporter. Wayne State University Sgt. Collin Rose was shot in November while investigating some off-campus activity, the Detroit Free Press reported March 8. Video footage linked to Rose's shooting was released to the public last week.

The two officers shot Wednesday night were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. One was shot on the neck while the other was shot on the ankle and in his bulletproof vest. Their names were not immediately announced, not was their conditions.

Police have named Raymond Durham as a "person of interest" in Wednesday night's shooting. While authorities stopped short of calling him a suspect, they believe he was involved in some way.

Original story:

Two police officers were shot in Detroit on Wednesday night, prompting law enforcement to launch a manhunt on the west side of the city in search of the shooting suspect. Authorities identified a man named Raymond Durham as a "person of interest." The condition of the officers was not immediately available, but they were taken to a local hospital for treatment following the shooting, the Detroit News reported.

The Detroit Police Department released an image of a man said to be Durham, who officials said could be "involved" in the shooting.

The shooting took place at around 8:30 p.m. local time. The manhunt efforts involved multiple officers with their guns drawn, at least one police dog as well as a helicopter shining a spotlight in parts of the neighborhood in an effort to locate a suspect, the Detroit Free Press reported.

The officers, who were not immediately identified, were shot near the intersection of Ash and Tillman streets before reportedly being admitted to Detroit Receiving Hospital. One of the officers was shot in the neck while the other was shot in the ankle as well as his bulletproof vest, local ABC affiliate WXYZ reported. The suspect fired shots at the officers after he was confronted.

One officer has been a member of the force for 20 years and the other for four years, Detroit Police Chief James Craig said.

The area of the shooting was known for drug activity and was the same location where another Detroit police officer was shot and killed in November.

Durham is 60 years old and black, local news outlet WDIV-TV reported. He has a criminal past that includes breaking and entering, but nothing violent. Authorities were careful not to name him as a suspect but rather a person of interest. The suspect was reportedly wearing a tan jacket and tan pants.