Cal State San Bernardino campus on lockdown following a non-injury shooting

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CSUSB Emergency Alert System warning message to students, faculty, and staff on campus. Multiple police vehicles were seen on the campus as officers conducted a search.

Classes are canceled for the night and students on campus are on lockdown. No injuries have been reported.

The north parking structure has reportedly been evacuated.

In a 5:59 p.m. tweet, the university announced there had been a report of shots fired near the Visual Arts Building and a parking garage.

The shelter-in-place order remained in place for several hours as authorities went to each building to provide escorts out, according to the university.

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At 6:30 p.m., a statement on the university's website said an investigation into "shots fired" was ongoing.

The university tweeted "Don't try to leave campus,".

The university also canceled classes Wednesday evening. "Do not attempt to leave campus". The outside of a building had a single strike, but it was unclear whether it was a gunshot, he said.

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