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Three young people attending a camp reported seeing a gunman on the Virginia tech campus this morning, shortly after 9:00 AM.
Virginia Tech is currently on lock-down while police investigate and secure the area.
Learn more and watch video after the jump.
UPDATE: The lock-down at Virginia Tech has been lifted. No gunman found. Click link for press conference.
In April 2007, Cho Seung-Hui, 23, walked through Virginia Tech and massacred 32 people. The fear of something similar happening lingers on many college campuses yet today, and a number of people in Blacksburg are reliving the trauma as word spread about an armed man seen walking around this morning.
Three witnesses said the man had a handgun, covered with something, perhaps a towel. An alert was issued at 9:37 AM this morning telling employees and students to stay inside the buildings and secure all doors and windows.
The alert said the gunman was reported near Dietrick Hall, a three-story dining facility. The dining hall is steps away from the dorm where the first shootings took place in 2007, when a student gunman killed 32 people and then himself.
The white male was described as having light brown hair and being 6 feet tall and was walking in the direction of a volleyball court. The man was wearing a blue and white striped shirt, gray shorts and brown sandals. He had no glasses or facial hair, according to the report.
I think everyone out there is hoping and praying this is a hoax, or the three young people were simply mistaken about seeing a weapon. Either way, we’ll bring you updates on this developing story as they come in.
Please leave your thoughts on the alleged Virginia Tech gunman spotted this morning in the comment section beneath the video.