TWO people were fatally shot overnight at a United States university, and the gunman remains at-large, according to reports.
The deceased are not students, and campus police said they believe the shootings stemmed from a domestic dispute.
There are no additional injuries.Campus is on lockdown as the suspect is still at large.
A student shot this cell phone video as police frantically searched for the suspected gunman.
The victims in the shooting were identified as 48-year-old James Eric Davis, Sr., and 47-year-old Diva Davis.
Davis Jr.is a black male, approximately 19 years old, 5-feet-10 and 135 pounds. Pleasant Twitter account, the suspect is a 19-year-old black male and considered armed and risky. Davis is considered armed and risky.
The shots were said to have come from the fourth floor of Campbell Hall, which is a residence hall. Western Michigan University has been postponed, so there is no reason for Western fans to head to Mt. Students are being told to take shelter. "We have not had any calls from the community, saying they've seen him".
"It was an isolated incident, but we had two people that were killed in a residence facility".
Friday is the last day before CMU's spring break. An alert from the university told parents and others who were coming to pick up students that visitors should remain off campus until further notice.
Police said they were in contact with Mr Davis last night when he was taken to a nearby hospital for an alleged drug-related incident. "That's traumatic", Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said at a news conference on Friday afternoon, hours after the shooting.
Central Michigan University, located about 155 miles northwest of Detroit in the USA state of Michigan, has about 23,000 students.
The shooting comes about two weeks after a shooter killed 17 students and staff members at a Florida high school, putting schools across the country on edge over gun-violence threats.
Central Michigan is in Mt.
The university went into lockdown after the shooting and advised all students to seek shelter in a message via Twitter.