FOX 2 (WJBK) - A search for shooting suspects has concluded and school lockdowns lifted at 5:40 p.m. Thursday as the perimeter was cleared by investigators.
There are no suspects in custody following the search, while police believe the incident may have stemmed from a set-up.
The police search caused lockdowns at both Warren Woods Tower High School and Macomb County Community College Thursday afternoon.
Sometime around 3:30 p.m. one person was shot in the neck in the area of Martin and Bunert Road and was taken to a hospital. That victim is listed in serious condition, according to police.
Police had been searching for three suspects using canine tracking dogs and a helicopter in the area. Traffic in the area was heavy from rush hour amid a large police perimeter.
Both schools neighbor each other along Martin Road just south of 12 Mile as police urged people to avoid the area.
Tower's school day ended at 2:30 p.m. but residual students and personnel remained inside.
Evening classes at Macomb County Community College have been canceled as a result of the police investigation and search.
MCC Alert Update! Warren Police still in pursuit of shooting suspects, now updated to three black males, South Campus remains on lockdown.— Macomb College (@MacombCollege) September 14, 2023