UPDATED: 3:15 PM EST.
Two men were killed in a murder-suicide on the University of California Los Angeles’ campus Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed. In a press conference, LAPD chief Charlie Beck said that “there are no suspects outstanding and is no continuing threat to UCLA’s campus.”
Police swept Boelter Hall, a building in the school’s engineering complex where the shooting took place, to look for a shooter.
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) June 1, 2016
Students were advised to take shelter in a secure location and the entire campus was on lockdown. The UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, located near the campus, was also on lockdown, NBC reported.
BruinAlert: Shooting at Engineering 4. Go to secure location and deny entry (lockdown) now!
— UCLA Bruin Alert (@UCLABruinAlert) June 1, 2016
Federal agents from the ATF and FBI were on the scene, according to CNN, along with a SWAT team and dozens of emergency personnel. The network reported that the LAPD had placed the entire city on a tactical alert, shifting hundreds of officers to the area around the university’s Westwood campus.
BREAKING: ATF responding to #UCLA, agents en route.
— ATF HQ (@ATFHQ) June 1, 2016
Over 43,000 students are enrolled at UCLA.