Police Release Video of Persons of Interest in Morgan State University Shootin

The Morgan State University mass shooting occurred on Tuesday. The Baltimore Police Department has released CCTV footage of people they are looking for in connection with the incident.

To identify the people in the video, investigators are seeking the public’s assistance.

According to Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley, the shooting that broke out outside on the historically Black university’s campus on Tuesday night during homecoming week appears to have been the result of “a dispute between two smaller groups, and one individual was a target of two individuals who had weapons.”

Four students were among the five victims who were shot. However, none of them were the intended target, according to Worley.

The victims, who were all treated at nearby hospitals for non-life-threatening wounds, included one woman and four men between the ages of 18 and 22.

According to Brandon Scott, the mayor of Baltimore, the incident does not seem to have been racially motivated.

At around 9:25 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Morgan State University issued a shelter-in-place order on campus, and police were the first to arrive at the location to look into the incident. Police made a social media announcement just before midnight stating that the situation was no longer being treated as an active shooter scenario. The school removed the shelter-in-place order about 30 minutes later.

According to the school’s president, David Wilson, all classes at Morgan State University have been cancelled for the remainder of the week, and homecoming activities have been postponed or cancelled until a suspect has been found.

Police reported that no one has been arrested.

Anyone with information on the crime is requested to phone the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-7Lockup or the detectives at the Baltimore Police Department at 410-396-2444 to remain anonymous.

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