Central Michigan University reports shots fired on campus

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A suspect shot and two people on the campus of Central Michigan University on Friday. Police are working to get a photo of the suspect, according to the media outlet. It contains four-person, single bedrooms and two bathroom suites, and are smoke free, according to the school's website. City officials say the suspect may have taken off the blue hoodie. Police say students should take shelter and call 911 if they see something suspicious.

In a tweet, the city said: "The suspect is a 19-year-old black male who is approx".

The university said Friday morning that the report concerns Campbell Hall on its campus in Mount Pleasant.

Today was the last day of classes at CMU before Spring Break.

Davis is considered armed and unsafe.

Central Michigan University was established in 1892, and is one of the largest universities in the state. Police said he was wearing a dark hoodie at the time of the alleged shooting.

"Those planning to come to campus today to pick up students for spring break should stay off campus until further notice".

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A university police official confirmed the department was monitoring the situation but declined to provide additional details. The scheduled men's basketball game between visiting Western Michigan and the Chippewas for tonight has been postponed.

The spokesman said the suspect was in contact with police Thursday night, in response to a possible overdose.

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Davis was reportedly released from the hospital Friday morning, shortly before the shooting occurred at 8:30 a.m. ET.

More information is coming in from Mt.

The identities of the two MI victims as well as details on whether the suspect was a student and the type of weapon used were not immediately released.