Several people have been wounded and a suspected gunman is in custody following a shooting at a Michigan high school on Tuesday.
Authorities responded to reports of an active shooting at Oxford High School at 12:55 p.m., according to local media reports.
The shooter was detained at the scene in Oxford, about 30 miles north of Detroit, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said.
Between four and six people were injured in the shooting. It is unclear if the victims were shot or suffered other injuries in the ordeal.
There are currently no fatalities, the sheriff’s office said.
Authorities are sweeping the school for any additional victims.
“There is an active emergency occurring at Oxford High School right now,” school officials said in an alert to parents as the building was placed into lockdown.
“Oakland County Sheriff’s Department are on the scene and we have activated our emergency protocols and placed the school into lockdown. We will send more information to you as we know it. Please do not go to the school.”
A reunification center was set up at a Meijer grocery store behind the school.