Lock Down Lifted Following Shooting Near TCU Campus

Geneva Matthews
November 8, 2017

TCU issued an "all clear" after locking down the campus Tuesday morning following a shooting near the campus.

Two shuttle employees got into an argument, which led to one of them firing a shot at the other, police said.

The person was not hit by the bullet, but as the shooter was leaving in his shuttle bus, he bumped into the other employee. The victim was not seriously hurt.

As of 8 a.m. the suspect who fired the shot is "still outstanding" and the police are actively looking for the subject. Only the drivers were on the bus at the time of the incident, police said.

Officials with TCU tweeted an alert: "Armed person on campus". TCU said the suspect was driving shuttle #24171, which was found off-campus abandoned.

A spokeswoman for the private university of about 10,000 students did not immediately respond to a request for comment Tuesday morning.

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