SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Reports of gunfire near the Cal State San Bernardino campus Wednesday night prompted a shelter-in-place order, but no shooter was found after an investigation.
Just before 7 p.m., university's Twitter account notified students of reports of shots fired near the Visual Arts Building and parking structure. Students were advised to shelter in place, and school officials told students via Twitter to not leave the campus.
San Bernardino police officers and deputies searched all campus buildings and evacuated those inside until 11:30 p.m. when an all-clear was given.
Authorities were not able to locate whoever was responsible for the gunfire.
Classes were canceled for the night, but school officials said classes would resume as scheduled on Thursday.
All clear. Everyone not living on campus should immediately leave. PD will continue to monitor campus. Classes resume tomorrow, Jan. 11.
— CSUSB News (@CSUSBNews) January 11, 2018