Law enforcement officials from three agencies shot and killed a man suspected of murder Wednesday in Kent while trying to make an arrest, according to the Seattle Police Department.

Members of the Pacific Northwest Violent Offenders Task Force were in the 3500 block of South 222nd Place to arrest the suspect on a warrant around 5:45 p.m., according to an SPD blotter item. SPD did not provide information on the suspect’s identity.

A detective from SPD, a Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detective and a deputy U.S. marshal fired their weapons, fatally striking the suspect, according to Seattle police.

The task force is led by the U.S. Marshals Service and comprises 27 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies including SPD.

Task force members on Wednesday knocked and identified themselves as law enforcement officials, according to the initial report. The suspect opened the door and “charged” at officers while holding a knife, according to Seattle police.

Law enforcement and Kent Fire Department medics gave medical aid, but the man died at the scene, according to Seattle police.

The SPD detective will be placed on administrative leave during the investigation. It was not immediately known if the others involved in the shooting will be placed on administrative leave.

Representatives of the Office of Police Accountability and the Office of Inspector General were at the scene. SPD’s Force Investigation Team will investigate the incident.