Police report that a shooter at Michigan State University has killed at least three people.
The suspect appeared to have died from a "self-inflicted gunshot wound," according to police, along with the other three victims.
In the late Monday night attack at the main campus in the city of East Lansing, five additional people were hurt.
The suspect was described by police as "a shorter-statured black male.". Later, they claimed that he was 43 years old and had no known connection to the school.
Police initially issued a shelter-in-place order for students and locals during the manhunt, but they later revoked it after determining that there was "no longer a threat to campus.".
The suspect was "located off campus," the statement continued.
The suspect was seen wearing a denim jacket, a navy baseball cap, and red sneakers in earlier photos.
On Monday night, just after 20:00 local time (01:00 GMT Tuesday), the shooting began.
When police arrived on the scene, they discovered victims at the nearby Michigan State University Union building and at Berkey Hall, which is located on the campus' north side.
The police reported several crime locations at a news briefing, and they said their investigation was ongoing. It is unknown why the attacker did it.
Ambulances were seen traveling to the scene, and the injured, some of whom were reportedly in life-threatening situations, are now receiving medical care in hospitals.
Deputy Chief Chris Rozman of the university police department said, "We are truly living a nightmare right now.
For at least 48 hours, all campus events have been postponed. About 70 miles (112 km) northwest of Detroit is East Lansing.