‘Active threat’ over at Mizzou, police say they found the individual off campus

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University of Missouri-Columbia

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri-Columbia issued an alert Wednesday that said they have located the subject of an ‘active threat’ and there is no longer a threat to campus.

The university first issued an alert about the situation at 11:23 a.m. At that time they encouraged students and staff to shelter in place until they could locate the individual  they believed could have been carrying a gun.

By 1 p.m., authorities located the individual off campus.

“The subject is safe and their is no further threat to campus,” the University tweeted just before 1 p.m.