One person was killed in a shooting at the University of Utah where students were told to shelter in place after a report of shots fired near the campus on Monday, police said.
The university said on Twitter at about 9 p.m. local time that shots were fired at Red Butte Canyon, a research area on the east side of the school in Salt Lake City, Utah.
One person was killed, Salt Lake City Police Department said on Twitter.
Authorities were searching for a male suspect identified as Austin Boutain, 24, who was "considered armed and dangerous," the department said.
Commuter train services were suspended near the school, local media reported.
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