Michigan State University Campus Order Shelter-in-Place After Gunman Opens Fire

Spartan Stadium, Home of the Michigan State University Spartans, East Lansing, Michigan
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A gunman opened fire on Michigan State University Monday night, resulting in a shelter-in-place warning at 8:40 p.m.

CBS News reported, “the shots were fired near Berkey Hall on the East Lansing campus.” The shooting occurred around 8:18 p.m., according to the Detroit Free Press.

FOX News noted that the suspect appeared to elude police initially and a second shooting on the campus was reported “around 9:26 p.m.”

The MSU Police provided a suspect description: “The suspect description is a short male with a mask, possibly Black. Please continue to shelter in place. We are still receiving multiple calls of an active shooter on campus.”

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