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University of Michigan says no 'active threat to the community' after reports of possible shooter

Posted at 5:05 PM, Mar 16, 2019

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The University of Michigan says there is no "active threat to the community" after reports of a possible active shooter.

Police have not given the all clear, but the university's division of public safety and security tweeted "UM ALERT UPDATE There does not appear to be an active threat to the community. DPSS continues to investigate. Continue to stay clear of area."

They had previously issued an emergency alert Saturday evening for students on their Ann Arbor campus.