IU Southeast gives all clear following lockdown after report of gunman on campus

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NEW ALBANY (Sept. 11, 2014) – Indiana University Southeast was temporarily placed on lockdown after a gunman was reported to be on campus Thursday.

School officials sent an alert to students, telling them to seek shelter and stay in place until an “all clear” from police or campus officials.

Students were given an all clear approximately an hour after the lockdown was issued after authorities located the man.  IU Southeast tweeted the reported weapon was an umbrella.

The school posted the alert on its website and tweeted the following as the news broke:

 

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