A suspected shooter is still at large after allegedly killing two people at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant this morning, according to the university.
Neither victim was a student, the school said, adding that “police believe the situation started from a domestic situation.”
No students, faculty or staff were injured in the incident at Campbell Hall, a dorm building, according to the school.
The suspect, 19-year-old James Eric Davis, is considered armed and dangerous, the school said.
University police said the suspect was caught on camera fleeing the area.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department is asking for the community’s help to find him.
A police department had contact with Davis Thursday night, and at some point in the night, he was taken to a hospital, university police said.
The campus is on lockdown, the school said.
Students posted on social media images of their barricaded dorm room doors and video of the school’s alert message.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said, “The priority right now is the safety of those still on campus.”