DODGE CITY, Kan. (KSNW) – The Dodge City Community College campus will now open at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, following what the school said was a security risk. The college tweeted and posted on Facebook about the closure.

The Dodge City Police Department will be patrolling on campus as extra security. The school said the cafeteria is open during normal hours the rest of the day, and basketball games will be as scheduled this evening. The Child Development Center is open with additional security.

A media representative for the college says that it is “NOT an active shooter situation, as some rumors have indicated.”

The DCPD says they are currently assisting security personnel at the DCCC in locating a suspect who fled from security officers earlier this morning after being involved in a minor offense on campus. The suspect was last seen in handcuffs fleeing the area on foot, wearing a gray sweatshirt and no shoes. If seen, please call 911 immediately.