Argument Leads To Shots Fired Near TCU Campus

Argument Leads To Shots Fired Near TCU Campus

Argument Leads To Shots Fired Near TCU Campus

According to local news station CBS DFW, local police said two employees of a campus shuttle service got into an argument leading one employee to shoot at the other.

Texas Christian University was placed on lockdown after a reported shooting on campus in Fort Worth, Texas.

The shot missed, but the suspect struck the other person while driving away in his shuttle bus.

The suspect took off from the scene and police are actively searching for him.

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Officials with Texas Christian University in Fort Worth tweeted a "seek shelter" emergency alert around 7:00 am after a report of shots being fired.

Students have not officially been told to leave shelter, per TCU 360.

The suspect has not been identified, but authorities say he is a black male wearing a white shirt and black trousers.

Update: at 8:05 a.m. students receive the "all clear" message from TCU.

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