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‘Pretty Jarring': Cal State San Bernardino on Lockdown Following Non-Injury Shooting

Police were still working on clearing buildings as of 10:30 p.m.

The Cal State San Bernardino campus was placed on lockdown four hours Wednesday evening following a non-injury shooting. 

Gunshots were reported around 6 p.m. near the Visual Arts Building and Parking Structure West, according to the university's Twitter page

Police said that a shooting occurred, but no one was struck. There was a report of shots fired. A window at the visual arts building was hit with a round. 

"It’s crazy because I work in that class all the time with community based arts. Pretty jarring," student Alex Masushige said. 

Investigators said it appears the shots originated in or near a parking garage. 

Students were asked to shelter in place.

"Don't try to leave campus," the university tweeted.

As of 10:30 p.m., some students remained on lockdown as police continued to clear buildings. 

No one was hurt or arrested. 

All Wednesday night classes at the campus were canceled due to the incident.  

NBC4's Beverly White contributed to this report. 

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