NC Central University lockdown lifted, suspect sought

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Crandall Ingram, 20DURHAM, N.C. — A lockdown at North Carolina Central University has been lifted after a reported “possible active shooter on campus” on Thursday afternoon.

The school sent out an alert around 2:40 p.m. that read:

“Active shooter. If safe, seek shelter away from gunfire. Active shooter. Seek shelter. Lock your door. Stay away from windows.”

At 3:10 p.m., an all clear announcement was made on campus and students were told to “resume regular activities.”

Credit: WTVD

Credit: WTVD

Police are now searching for Crandall Ingram, 20, a former NCCU student, in connection with the incident.

WRAL is reporting Ingram fired shots on campus.

A man was taken into custody around 3:15 p.m., however WTVD is reporting that man was the victim. He was not injured.

A student told WTVD he heard “several gunshots and a siren.” The student said a teacher then locked them inside a supply room.

6 comments

  • Word from Wise

    ya’ll are so hateful to one another. didn’t your parents teach you that if you don’t have anything nice to say to keep your mouth shut?? it’s better to keep your mouth closed & let ppl wonder if you are a fool, than to open it & remove all doubt.

  • FYI

    ummmmm i love the fact that when he was in high point the bleeding hearts wanted him to stay in school…. so they denied his long term suspensions and let him come back…… he and his family complained on the school….. turns out the school was right and he needed to go away hahahahaha-

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