By: Kes Paris, Xiro Xone News June 01, 2016 Updated: 4:11 PM
Los Angeles policeman and Sheriff deputies work at the scene of a fatal shooting at the University of California, Los Angeles, California. Photo: AP
A shooting that left two people dead Wednesday on the UCLA campus was a murder-suicide, police said.
The campus is safe and the situation is contained, police said.
“Police say there have been no reports of any other shots fired after the initial shooting,” the university said in an updated campus-wide alert.
Earlier the university sent an alert that said, "Police have confirmed that two people are dead in a shooting at UCLA's Engineering IV building. Police are now sweeping the building, looking for a shooter.”
People were asked to shelter in place.
Police were at Boelter Hall, a science building after the report of the gunman just before 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Two years ago a mentally ill man, Elliot Rodger, killed six university students and wounded 13 other people near the Isla Vista campus of UC Santa Barbara, before killing himself.