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2 shot and killed at Central Michigan University, suspect at large

Two people were shot and killed Friday morning at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, the Detroit Free Press reported. Michigan State Police confirmed the shooting, which happened in the Campbell Hall dormitory. The victims were "not students," the school said, "and police believe the situation started from a domestic situation." Sources told the Detroit Free Press that the victims were the shooter's parents, who had arrived to pick him up for spring break.

No other individuals were injured in the shooting. The suspect, who is still at large, is a 19-year-old black man and "considered armed and dangerous," the Mount Pleasant government tweeted, sharing details of his wardrobe and asking anyone who sees him to call authorities. Authorities identified him as James Eric Davis Jr., a sophomore at the school. Students at the university have been advised to shelter in place, and classes have been canceled.

The shooting is the second at a school this week, after a teacher at a Georgia high school barricaded himself in a classroom and fired a weapon; none were injured in that event. On Feb. 14, a teenager killed 17 at a high school in Parkland, Florida, sparking nationwide calls for gun reform. Kimberly Alters

This is a breaking news story and has been updated throughout.