Three people were shot this morning at the Towson University campus in Baltimore.
Police are hunting the gunman after the “isolated incident” involving a group that
gathered at the center of the campus in the early hours of the morning, Baltimore
County police said.
Towson University said the shooting occurred at 2 am in Freedom Square near several
academic buildings and confirmed none of the injuries to the three victims are
The university said in a statement: “At this time, the scene is secure. However, we’re
encouraging everyone, including all students, to remain away from the academic part
of campus as police activity is ongoing.”
Counseling and support services would be available for students, the school said.
Cops have not provided any information on a possible suspect.
Baltimore County Police Department said in a statement: “Overnight three people
were shot on the campus of Towson University where a group of individuals had
gathered at the center of campus.
“This was an isolated incident that occurred near academic buildings.”
Sean Welsh, Towson University’s interim vice president for marketing and
communications, told Fox Baltimore the location of the shooting is “a common
gathering spot for unplanned student events”.