Classes Canceled After Overnight Shooting At University of Utah

A shooting on the campus of the University of Utah in the U.S. state's capital of Salt Lake City has resulted in one person's murder, according to the local police.

Salt Lake City police Sgt. Brandon Shearer told the Salt Lake Tribune that "one person is confirmed deceased".

Police found Guo's body still in his vehicle in a canyon just east of campus, prompting a campus-wide lockdown and a massive overnight manhunt at the school and in the rugged foothills nearby.

Golden police have identified the man found dead in his RV Tuesday morning as 63-year-old Mitchell Bradford Ingle.

Red Butte Canyon is closed Tuesday as officers continue to search campus and the general area, though Pershing says they believe the university grounds are secure.

University officials canceled Tuesday classes.

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The first alert was circulated at 9 p.m. last night, with a shelter-in-place order.

Around 11 a.m., Salt Lake City police tweeted that the "mountain search for Austin Boutain has been completed" and that the suspect was "still outstanding".

Boutain also has a son who lives in Minnesota.

Rachel Tam of Pleasant Grove, Utah, said Tuesday that Guo was a member of the Mormon church and served as a missionary in Provo.

Austin Boutain is a suspect in the fatal shooting of ChenWei Guo, a Beijing native the university described as "extraordinarily outgoing, creative, smart & extremely engaged".

Tam said Guo also wowed his friends on the dance floor with hip hop moves.

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