WATCH | At Least 3 Killed & 5 Injured in Shooting at Michigan State University

A shooting occurred at Michigan State University on Monday night, leaving at least three individuals dead and several others injured, the authorities informed. Around 12:30 a.m. ET, authorities revealed at a press conference that the alleged shooter had committed suicide by shooting himself.

Interim Michigan State Deputy Police Chief Chris Rozman stated that there was no longer a threat on campus.

Following reports of gunshots fired, police had earlier issued a shelter-in-place order for the East Lansing campus. The order to remain indoors has since been revoked.

In addition to the five persons who were taken to the hospital, there are three confirmed fatalities, according to Michigan State Police. Some of the injuries were listed as potentially fatal.

According to Rozman, three people were killed: two at Berkey Hall on campus and one inside the MSU Union.

The shooter was discovered dead after a self-inflicted gunshot wound somewhere outside the campus, according to authorities. Authorities were trying to ascertain his identity.

Officials had earlier issued images of the suspect and characterised him as a short, Black male wearing red sneakers, a jean jacket, and a ball cap. They claimed that he was thought to have run away on foot.

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