UPDATE: 11:24 a.m. EDT – Eight people were shot. Officials have confirmed that two victims were pronounced dead at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. Six other victims are facing serious injuries. The investigation thus far has not found anyone involved to be affiliated with Rutgers, per ABC.

Original story: Rutgers University Police Department shared a message with students Sunday morning about an off-campus shooting in New Brunswick, New Jersey, that sent multiple victims to the hospital.

The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) is investigating the shooting, which is referred to “an aggravated assault / shooting incident,” on the RUPD Facebook. The gun violence happened on Sunday around 1:30 a.m. EDT at 32 Delafield Street. While not on the Rutgers campus, much of the area is student housing.

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Several shots were fired, and multiple people suffered injuries. A specific number of victims was not revealed, but the statement notes, “injuries are reported to be serious.” It isn’t clear if the victims were Rutgers students.

On Sunday morning, several evidence markers were in the street, indicating that the shooting took place outside, WABC reports.

One Rutgers student, Julie Schown, heard the shooting from her nearby apartment. While she could not confirm that it was college housing, she said it seemed like college-age people were attending a small party. She saw six victims in ambulances.

It isn’t clear if there was one or multiple shooters. Officials have not released any descriptions of suspected offenders at this time. They ask the public to avoid the area while they’re investigating.

The New Brunswick Police Department is asking anyone with information or who was in the area at the time to contact the NBPD’s Detective Bureau at 732-745-5217.

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