The Cal State San Bernardino campus was placed on lockdown four hours Wednesday evening following a non-injury shooting.
Lt. Mike Madden with the San Bernardino Police Department, which was assisting university police, told the San Bernardino Sun that a single shot hit a campus building, and police were searching for the shooter. No shooter has been found, reports CBS Los Angeles.
The school about 60 miles east of downtown Los Angeles has about 20,000 students. "Everyone not living on campus should immediately leave", the university said in a statement, adding that police would continue to monitor the campus. A window at the visual arts building was hit with a round.
Campus police are going are escorting students from cleared buildings, there is still no estimated time for the lockdown to be lifted. According to a tweet from the university's Twitter account, published shortly before 6 p.m., the possible incident was reported near the Visual Arts Building and the west parking structure.
"We're still telling people to stay sheltered in place until you are actually told you can leave", he said.
CSUSB says that all its classes at the campus were canceled Wednesday night and that more information would be provided.