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Shooting at North Carolina university leaves one injured

Story highlights

  • Police say they are looking for four suspects
  • The victim suffered from serious but non-life-threatening injuries
  • A temporary lockdown has been lifted

One person was hospitalized Saturday after a shooting at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, authorities said.

The university was temporarily locked down Saturday night, but the lockdown was lifted about half an hour later.

University police advised students to stay indoors.

The victim, Devine Eatmon, 21, suffered from serious but non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

"Officers determined that one or more subjects discharged firearms in a grassy area near McCain Hall on the campus," the Greensboro Police Department said in a statement. "The victim, who was a considerable distance from the suspects, was struck by one round."

Police said they are looking for four suspects. No more information was immediately available.