MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Hialeah police said one of three robbers they arrested was shot during an attempted carjacking in northwest Miami-Dade on Saturday night.

Police said it all started when the three thieves hit up a T-Mobile store located at 410 Hialeah Drive.

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An armored vehicle and the SWAT team were called out to scene as the situation unfolded.

Detectives tracked the suspects to the area of NW 36 Ave. and NW 35 St. – near an apartment building filled with families.

One subject was immediately arrested, the second was shot while attempting a carjacking and the third was arrested a short time later.

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Miami-Dade police confirmed this scene is in its jurisdiction, but county police officers are only helping out Hialeah cops, who are the lead investigators.

Miami-Dade police told CBS4 News they originally responded to a call for a police-involved shooting and helped set up a perimeter.

Hialeah police have not confirmed any officer fired a gun.

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The heavy police presence impacted traffic for several hours, since officers had to shut-down a stretch of busy NW 36 St. and several neighboring streets.