Charlotte, North Carolina - The University of North Carolina in Charlotte lifted a campus lockdown on Wednesday morning, a day after a gunman killed two people and wounded four on the school's last day of classes for the semester.
Police in Charlotte charged UNC Charlotte student Trystan Andrew Terrell, 22, with two counts of murder and four of attempted murder. Three of the four people he wounded were in a critical condition on Wednesday.
They offered no hints as to the suspect's motive and did not identify the victims.
Students on the campus spent a harrowing night as police searched door-to-door for any other suspects, not giving people the all-clear to move around till almost dawn.
"This is the saddest day in UNC Charlotte’s history," the school's chancellor, Phil Dubois, said in a letter to the community posted on the school's website. "Families of the deceased victims are being notified and university staff are with those who are injured."