TCU issues campus alert after shooting involving shuttle bus drivers

TCU tells students to shelter in place after spat between shuttle employees leads to gunfire

Police searching for armed person at TCU, officials urge students to seek shelter

TCU issued an "all clear" after locking down the campus Tuesday morning following a shooting near the campus.

The person was not hit by the bullet, but as the shooter was leaving in his shuttle bus, he bumped into the other employee. The extent of the other driver's injuries are unclear.

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.

This post will be updated with new information has it becomes available. The university said the suspect is driving shuttle #24171. Anyone who sees the bus is urged to call 911 or 817-257-7777.

Administrators described the suspect as an armed man wearing a white shirt and black trousers.

TCU's First Associate Chancellor of Public Safety said they plan to temporarily have armed and unarmed guards on the shuttles to reassure students and staff.

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