Update as of 4:06 a.m. EDT: Manchester University officials gave the all clear early on Saturday after its campus in North Manchester, Indiana, was locked down for several hours following reports of an armed person.

Manchester University spokeswoman Anne Gregory said in an email that police did not find any threats after searching all the buildings at the campus, located about 36 miles west of Fort Wayne, according to Reuters.

Original story:

Manchester University’s campus in North Manchester, Indiana, is on lockdown after reports Friday night of an armed subject with explosives near the administration building, the university said in a statement. Police are responding to the situation.

“MU Manchester Campus on lockdown. Barricade yourself in a room, stay away from windows. Be quiet, silence cell. Wait for police or All-Clear,” the statement read.

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