BRISTOL, Maine — An Upper Round Pond Road resident told police he was shot Thursday when he entered woods near his home about 10:30 a.m. after hearing several gunshots in the area, according to a Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department statement.

Deputies declined to release the names of anyone involved while the incident is under investigation, but said the wounded man was taken by Central Lincoln County Ambulance to Miles Memorial Hospital, where he was reported to be in stable condition.

Investigators said they have identified everyone they think is involved in the shooting.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department also was assisted by the Bristol Fire Department and the Maine Warden Service.

No further details about where the resident was injured, whether any arrests were pending or on how many people were involved were released Thursday night.