Armed police were present outside an address in Douglas on the Isle of Man on Sunday.
Marathon Road was closed to the junction with Ballaquayle Road and Hutchinson Square off while officers carried out inquiries from 8:15am.
Roads eventually reopened in the afternoon.
The police have not issued a further update.
It's likely homes and businesses in the Isle of Man will see the rates they pay for water and sewerage frozen next year.
It follows a review of the £538m debt of the island's energy company Manx Utilities.
The review said the debt should be reduced in exchange for lower price increases over the next five to ten years.
The Manx Treasury, however, is proposing freezing charges for all customers for 12 months.
Dr Alex Allinson is the chairman of Manx Utilities and spoke to Granada Reports about the proposed changes.
A cyclist has died after being hit by a car on the Isle of Man.
The man was hit near the old quarry entrance in Peel around 8:30 this morning. He was taken to hospital but died later.
The driver of the car and her passenger were not injured.
The road between the Highwayman roundabout and Ballig Bridge will remain closed while investigations take place.
Isle of Man Police are providing the family of the cyclist with support in relation to this tragic incident and our thoughts are with them. A fuller press release will be published in due course and at this time we cannot comment further on what remains an active investigation. We would ask that members of the public refrain from any speculation on social media about the causes of this collision.
The £1.45m Castletown and Malew Fire and Ambulance Station was opened last night.Read the full story ›
Tonight's sailings between Heysham and the Isle of Man are subject to disruption or cancellation due to deteriorating weather conditions.
The MET Office has confirmed gale force winds will increase for a time tonight.
A final decision about the 19:45 and 02:15 sailings will be made by the Steam Packet Company at 17:30 this evening via the company's website.
A multi-million pound refurbishment scheme on the Isle of Man will begin next September.
The entire Douglas promenade is due to get a facelift as part of the £21million project, estimated to take until 2021 to complete.
Tynwald parliament agreed to the proposed plans in July and blueprints are on public display at the Sea Terminal.
The Isle of Man Snaefell Mountain Railway has been suspended following investigations into a electric tram brake failure.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man Treasury minister is discussing with Manx Gas how the public can get proper value for their money.
Alf Cannan will speak to the sole provider of gas's managing director, Tony Nichols and executives about what they plan to do to address points being raised.
The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers says teachers on the Isle of Man are worse off than rest of Britain.Read the full story ›
Manx cyclists Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh will reunite for the Six Day London event next month.
Both men will be aiming to knock Belgian teammates Kenny de Ketele and Moreno de Pauw off their winning streak - they won both 2015 and 2016's events.
Six Day London will take place at the Lee Valley VeloPark from October 24th until the 29th.