Early on Friday morning, police confirmed that three people were killed at Casper College in Wyoming with a weapon that resembles a bow and arrow.
Police told NBC station KCWY of Casper that two of the bodies were found on campus. One appeared to be a male faculty member, and the other appeared to be of "student age," Fujita said. At least one of them had been stabbed with a "bow and arrow type" weapon, police said.
The third body was found off campus; no cause of death was reported.
The campus was locked down temporarily while police checked for other suspects, but the lockdown was later lifted. An alert on the community college's website said that all classes and activities had been canceled and that counselors were being provided for the colleges faculty, students and staff.
So far, police say there are no suspects at large or in custody.