Federal officials are investigating a non-fatal shooting involving police instructors that took place at a training range at the U.S. Army Reserve installation at Fort Devens in Massachusetts on Wednesday.

An instructor from the Randolph municipal police training academy was shot at 10:05 a.m. during training, U.S. Army spokesman John Harlow told the Lowell Sun.

The shooting was non-fatal and involved police instructors, according to state police spokesman Dave Procopio.

Federal authorities will lead the investigation because the range is a federal Department of Defense facility, he said. State police detectives from the Worcester County District Attorney's office will assist.