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Central Michigan game postponed after fatal shooting on campus

Shooting On Campus In Central Michigan University Leaves Two Dead

MOUNT PLEASANT, MI - MARCH 02: The Central Michigan University sign, seen on March 2, 2018 in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Two people were killed in an on-campus shooting at Central Michigan University. The University is on lockdown as the police search for the suspect, a 19-year-old man. (Photo by Rachel Woolf/Getty Images)

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Central Michigan announced on Friday that their game against Western Michigan has been postponed after a fatal shooting in one of the school’s dorms on Friday.

According to the Detroit Free-Press, a student named James Eric Davis Jr. shot and killed his parents in a fourth-floor dorm room on Friday after they arrived on campus to pick him up for spring break. Davis is still at-large, and the CMU campus as well as the city of Mt. Pleasant, where the campus is located, is stick locked down.

The game will be rescheduled, according to a release sent out by CMU, but a date and a time have yet to be determined. WMU said in a release that their traveling party is currently locked in their hotel.