Searching for suspects after Delaware State Univ. shooting

 Students at Delaware State University disperse Sunday morning, April 19, 2015, after cleaning up the area where three people were shot and injured Saturday during a university-sanctioned cookout on campus in Dover, Del. Authorities are searching for the shooter. DSU President Harry L. Williams said students were told to stay inside their dormitories. Non-students were asked to leave campus. A second shooting occurred early Sunday at an apartment complex just off campus, but no one was injured. (AP Photo/Randall Chase)

Students at Delaware State University disperse Sunday morning, April 19, 2015, after cleaning up the area where three people were shot and injured Saturday during a university-sanctioned cookout on campus in Dover, Del. Authorities are searching for the shooter. DSU President Harry L. Williams said students were told to stay inside their dormitories. Non-students were asked to leave campus. A second shooting occurred early Sunday at an apartment complex just off campus, but no one was injured. (AP Photo/Randall Chase)

Investigators are still trying to identify suspects following a shooting at the Dover campus Saturday night.

 

Delaware State University officials say three people have been shot at a student event. School spokesman Carlos Holmes said the shooting happened at about 8 p.m. Saturday at a school-sanctioned fraternity and sorority cookout.

Holmes said three people were taken to Kent General Hospital in Dover with injuries that were not life-threatening. University president Harry L. Williams said in a news release that the people’s names have not been released and it isn’t clear whether they were Delaware State students.

Williams said no arrests had been made as of 11 p.m. Saturday. Holmes said students were told to stay inside their dormitories and non-students were asked to leave campus.

DSU police are leading the investigation.

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