MANHATTAN, Kan. (KWCH/WIBW) -- 4:57 p.m.
K-State Police say a "shots fired" call that led officers on campus does not appear to be related to the university.
Police say the incident started as a dispute between two people on the east side of Manhattan and continued to the parking lot north of the KSU Foundation Building.
Shots were fired and the victim, who is not a student, drove to Riley County Police Department to report the incident, according to K-State police.
No one arrest has been made, but the university says K-State Police and Riley County Police Department are continuing the investigation.
Any witnesses to the event should call K-State Police at 785-532-6412. Tips may also be sent to the silent witness website or through the Live Safe app. The Riley County Police Department can be reached at 785-537-2112.
The Kansas State Police Dept. says the scene is safe and there are no injuries following the report of shots fired at the K-State Foundation building.
Police are asking people to continue avoiding the area while they investigate the incident. They say foundation staff can resume normal work.
K-State Alerts:Scene is safe. No injuries reported. Avoid area to allow officers to investigate the incident. Foundation staff can resume normal work.— K-State Police (@KStatePolice) May 9, 2019
The Kansas State Police Dept. is asking everyone to stay clear of the K-State Foundation building after reports of shots fired.
In a tweet late Thursday, police say officers responded to the building, at 1800 Kimball Ave.
The have not released any information about the shooting, only saying that updates will be coming.
This story is still developing. 13 NEWS has crew on the scene and will provide updates as more information becomes available.
K-State Alerts: Report of shots fired at the K-State Foundation Bldg @ Kimball and Dennison. Officers on scene. Stay Clear of the area. Updates will follow— K-State Police (@KStatePolice) May 9, 2019