Lubbock, TX - A Texas Tech University police officer has been fatally shot on Monday night, October 9.
Texas Tech University spokesman Jonathan Seaborn told CNN that the officer was fatally shot at the police station in Lubbock, according to CNN.
He said that the shooter was still at large, and that the university was on lockdown.
The university sent out a Facebook alert on Monday night that said:
"This is an emergency notification from Texas Tech University. A shooting has been reported at the Texas Tech Police Department. At this time, the shooter is still at large. The campus is on lockdown. Take shelter in a safe location."
It is believed that the shooter was a student. Police have released a photo of suspect Hollis Daniels who is still on the loose.
If anybody spots the suspect, please do not approach and call 911 immediately.
UPDATE: The suspect is in custody. The university sent this message out: ALL-CLEAR: The suspect has been apprehended. Lockdown lifted on campus. Avoid TTUPD, north side of campus.
Please pray for the family of this murdered hero.
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