BPD: Suspect at large after 5 injured in shooting at Morgan State University

Baltimore police are searching for a suspect after five young adults were injured Tuesday night in a shooting on Morgan State University’s campus that prompted active shooter alerts.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley and Morgan State University Police Chief Lance Hatcher said university police officers were on patrol around 9:25 p.m. when they heard discharging on campus.

Police said four men and a woman, ages 18-22, suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting. Four of the five victims are Morgan State University students.

“The entire city of Baltimore’s heart aches for the Morgan community, for the victims and their families and for our city as a whole,” Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said.

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