According to the Police, five people were shot Tuesday night at Morgan State University in Baltimore and police have yet to locate a suspect as the investigation into the shooting continues.
Morgan State University heard gunshots at 9:25 pm and they rushed to the location, only to find multiple gunshot victims on campus and multiple shattered windows.
The victims, four men and one woman aged 18 to 22 were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the commissioner.
Four of them were students of the University according to Morgan State University Police Chief Lance Hatcher.
SWAT team and officers from several agencies responded to search for the suspect at the university.
“We did not locate the suspect at this time,” Worley said. No suspect description has been provided by police yet.
ATF Baltimore said its agents were assisting police in responding to the shooting.
“Please stay clear of the area surrounding Thurgood Marshall Hall and the Murphy Fine Arts Center and shelter in place,” the university said in a notice on its website.
Morgan State is a historically Black university and had about 9,000 students enrolled in Fall 2022.
The University President David Wilson announced that classes will be canceled on Wednesday and counselors will be available to students.