UPDATE: The Bloomington Police Department and campus police say that no suspect was found on campus. IU-Bloomington has since removed the emergency alert and say they believe that there is no current threat to students on campus.
Bloomington police said two people were shot and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
FINAL UPDATE – No suspect located in the area. Police remain in the area. Please stay vigilant and report any suspicious activity to 911.
— IU Police (@IUpolice) September 22, 2019
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University in Bloomington sent out an emergency alert early Sunday morning advising students of a gunman on campus.
The emergency alert was posted on the IU Bloomington website at 2:22 a.m. Sunday.
The message advised students that a person with a gun was reported on campus down the street from Memorial Stadium near East 18th Street and North Lincoln Street.
IU Bloomington Update: Bloomington police and IUPD are at 18th and Lincoln investigating. No confirmed suspect information at this time. Please stay clear of t
— Indiana University Bloomington (@IUBloomington) September 22, 2019
Students were told to take shelter in the nearest room available and lock their doors if possible. They were told to remain indoors until police or campus administrators remove the emergency alert on campus.
Anyone with information on the armed person is asked to call police or dial 911 immediately.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.