GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the shooting at an off-campus college party in Texas that left two dead (all times local):
10:10 a.m.
Authorities are releasing the identities of the two men who were killed when a gunman opened fire at an off-campus college party in Texas.
The Hunt County Sheriff's Office said Monday that the two men killed were 23-year-old Kevin Barry Jr. of Dallas and 23-year-old Byron Cravens Jr. of Arlington.
The suspected gunman, who hasn't been identified, remains on the loose after the shooting around midnight Saturday. Authorities believe the shooter may have been targeting just one person at the party of about 750 people outside Greenville, 15 miles (24 kilometers) southwest of a satellite campus of the Texas A&M University System.
Authorities said the gathering was a Halloween and homecoming party for Texas A&M University-Commerce, though officials said it was not a school-sanctioned event.
Authorities said that of the 12 people injured, six were shot and six were trampled or hurt by glass.
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6:50 a.m.
A suspected gunman remains on the loose after opening fire at an off-campus college party in Texas, leaving two people dead and 12 others injured.
The search continued Monday for the unidentified shooter that authorities believe may have been targeting just one person at the party of about 750 people outside Greenville, 15 miles (24 kilometers) southwest of a satellite campus of the Texas A&M University System. They say others may have been shot at random.
The shooting happened about midnight Saturday at what Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks described as a Halloween and homecoming party for Texas A&M University-Commerce. Officials said it was not a school-sanctioned event.
Authorities believe there was one male shooter who entered the venue through the back door and began firing with a handgun.