WMU Campus Police

Three were injured in a shooting that occurred at around 1:20 a.m. outside the Campus Pointe plaza on Friday Aug. 30.

Police are now investigating a shooting that left three injured outside the Campus Pointe plaza.

All three victims are in stable condition according to a City of Kalmazoo Public Safety press release.

Officers were dispatched after a report of gunfire in the 2900 block of Howard Street around 1:20 a.m. on Friday Aug. 30. The shooting took place at Campus Pointe Mall near the intersection of Howard Street and West Michigan Avenue, just across the street from WMU's west campus.

Upon arriving at the scene officers found a large crowd and located two victims with gunshot wounds. The victims were transported to the hospital for treatment. While officers investigated the scene a third victim arrived at Bronson Hospital with a gunshot wound. Police have not released any further information regarding the victims.

While police have not reported any arrests, possible suspect vehicle was described as a yellow Chevy Camaro, possibly with black racing stripes, that left the scene immediately after the shooting.

Police also provided the following description of the suspect: African American male, unknown age, about 6-foot tall, short dreadlocks, and no facial hair. He was seen wearing a black zip-up hoodie, Nike brand T-shirt under the zip-up, black pants and black boots.

Police ask anyone with information about the incident to contact the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety at 269-488-8911. Anonymous tips can be submitted to Silent Observer at 269-343-2100 or through the organization’s website.

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Armand Williamson

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