U of M issues all clear after earlier active shooter alert
Police responded to reports of an active shooter on the University of Michigan campus on Saturday.

TOLEDO (WTOL) - The University of Michigan issued an emergency alert on Saturday afternoon for an active shooter.

The Division of Public Safety and Security at the University of Michigan sent out an alert at 4:41 p.m. warning of a possible active shooter in Mason Hall.

At 5:36 p.m. the University sent out another alert that there does not appear to be an active threat but that police are continuing to investigate.

Just before 8 p.m. the University issued an all clear, saying there was no threat and all buildings were open.

The Washtenaw County Sheriff also tweeted that “reports of shots fired on campus are unfounded at this time.”

Mason Hall is on State St.

A vigil for the New Zealand mosque shooting victims was happening at the same time nearby.