'Bow And Arrow-Type' Assault Leaves Three Dead At A Wyoming College

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Three people were killed Friday morning at Casper College in Wyoming in an apparent bow and arrow attack, college and police officials told NBC News. Police say the male suspect, who was not a student, committed suicide after killing a faculty member and a woman on the school’s campus, according to Casper Star Tribune. 

At least one was killed with a “bow and arrow-type” weapon, police said, according to NBC.

It appears there was some sort of relationship between the three, although the motive isn’t clear, Police Chief Chris Walsh told The Tribune. 

After the attack, the campus shut down temporarily so police could search for other suspects, according to NBC. 

All classes were canceled and counselors were made available to students, the school’s website announced. 

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