Three people killed at Michigan State University, gunman dead
Police announced the man’s death early on Tuesday 14 February, four hours after shootings broke out at Berkey Hall, an academic building, and later nearby at the MSU Union, a popular hub to eat or study. “This truly has been a nightmare we’re living tonight,” said Chris Rozman, interim deputy chief of the campus police department.
Hundreds of officers had scoured the East Lansing campus, about 145 kilometres northwest of Detroit, for the suspect, whom police described as a short black man with red shoes, a jean jacket and a ball cap. The 43-year-old man was confronted by police off campus before killing himself with a “self-inflicted gunshot wound”, Rozman said. His name was not immediately released, nor any details about the gun or what police found at the scene. Rozman said the man was not a student or employee and had no affiliation with Michigan State.
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