Shooting near Saginaw Valley State University injures 5 people

UNIVERSITY CENTER, MICH. - Police are investigating a shooting that left five people injured early Sunday morning at a party near Saginaw Valley State University's campus, school officials confirmed.

A statement released by the university on its Facebook page said the shooting took place around 2 a.m. and no SVSU students were injured in the shooting, which happened at Cardinal Townhomes, 2207 Pierce Road.

"It is our understanding that five people are confirmed injured, none fatal at this time," the university said in a release. "No suspects have been apprehended yet."

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Saginaw Central Dispatch at 989-797-4580. The university said it has also arranged a special hotline number for concerned parents or students to call at 989-964-4348.

Further information was not available.

(© 2016 WZZM)


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