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'Pretty Jarring': Cal State San Bernardino on Lockdown Following Non-Injury Shooting

'Pretty Jarring': Cal State San Bernardino on Lockdown Following Non-Injury Shooting

Classrooms at the Cal State University San Bernardino are on lockdown following reports of a shooting in the campus.

Police investigate a report of shots fired on the Cal State University of San Bernardino campus on January 10, 2018.

The university sent out a tweet notifying students that shots had been fired near the Visual Arts Building and parking structure.

A short time later, San Bernardino Police Department Lt. Mike Madden told KTLA there was no active shooter on campus, and that investigators were not even sure whether shots were fired. The announcement was made Wednesday just before 6 p.m. local time on its website. Do not attempt to leave campus.

In a separate tweet, officials added: "CSUSB students, faculty, staff, & anyone still on campus, please listen to our campus police".

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No one was injured, but classes were cancelled Wednesday night.

"We're still telling people to stay sheltered in place until you are actually told you can leave", he said.

PD investigation ongoing. PD starting to clear buildings.

As of 10:30 p.m., some students remained on lockdown as police continued to clear buildings.