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No Suspect Leads After MSU Lockdown

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BOZEMAN - Montana State University goes on with business as usual on Thursday after two men were spotted carrying a rifle on campus on Wednesday.

MSU Spokesman, Tracy Ellig said the two male suspects have not been located and they have not received any leads.

On Wednesday, a caller reported two men carrying a black rifle across 11th Avenue, heading toward the center mall on campus.

The university went on lockdown for about two hours while law enforcement searched in and out of buildings for the suspects.

The first male suspect can be described as wearing a hunter orange hoodie. The second male suspect was seen wearing a gray or green jacket and a ball cap.

If you have seen anyone that matches these descriptions, you are asked to call MSU police at 994-2121.
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