Springfield police confirmed someone fired shots at the Monroe House at Missouri State University.
Missouri State officials initially sent an alert to students about an active shooter on campus after reports of shots being fired in the area of Monroe House. The Springfield PD says after investigation while shots were fired, it was never an “active shooter” situation.
Police officials said that a vehicle heading north on National Avenue fired four shots randomly, two of which penetrated the walls of two rooms. No one was hurt.
Police are searching for a dark SUV and are reviewing surveillance footage. Anyone who has information on the incident is asked to call the Springfield police department at 864-1810.
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