Norway: Guard shot, suspicious package found at University of Oslo

Story highlights

  • Police have lifted a no-fly zone around the University of Oslo in Norway
  • Early Tuesday, someone shot a security guard on campus, but the bullets didn't penetrate skin
  • Several buildings on campus were closed as police investigated a suspicious package, but the situation has returned to normal

(CNN)Police have lifted the no-fly zone around the University of Oslo in Norway after a security guard was shot and a suspicious package was found.

Early Tuesday morning, someone shot the security guard on campus with a small pistol, but the bullets did not penetrate the skin, Oslo police said.
    Several buildings on campus were closed as police also investigated the suspicious package, but the situation has returned to normal, authorities said.
    The package was made to look like a bomb, but police have not found any link to a terrorism attempt.
    Norway's Major Crime Agency is now looking for the two suspects. Authorities said the perpetrators apparently left behind some clothing.