Texas Christian University was locked down Tuesday morning after a shot was sacked, with school officials warning the community to seek shelter because of an armed person on campus.
"Look for safe house instantly", the college said in a web-based social networking message just before 7:30 a.m.
School officials urged those on campus to seek shelter.
According to TCU 360, shots were fired after a dispute between shuttle drivers.
The driver then allegedly rammed the other driver's shuttle before he fled the scene.
The campus said in an alert: "Armed person on campus".
This is an ongoing story which will be updated.
The school said the suspect is still at large, but police have found RoadRunner shuttle bus #24171.
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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