Still: WPEC

The scene outside a Trump rally in Albuquerque descended into chaos Tuesday night, with reports of protesters throwing bottles and rocks at police and officers firing smoke bombs to disperse the crowd.

Authorities dismissed early reports of shots being fired, but speculated that a pellet gun have shattered a window at the Albuquerque Convention Center. Police similarly refuted accounts of tear gas and pepper spray being used, saying only smoke had been deployed so far.

Only demonstrators that were inside the rally, which was repeatedly interrupted by protesters, have been arrested so far, according to police. On Twitter, Albuquerque Journal’s Dan McKay reported seeing multiple instances of physical fighting in the crowd outside.

Just before 10 p.m. local time, authorities said that most of the protesters appear to have gone home, leaving only those “looking to cause trouble [and] be destructive.”

This post will be updated as additional information becomes available.