Shots fired near Marquette campus, no injuries reported

The Marquette University Police Department is investigating a shots fired incident that happened Sunday, Dec. 5. 

According to officials, at approximately 5:15 p.m., witnesses reported shots fired near 15th Street and State Street. The two suspects--one male, one female--fled southbound on foot. They then entered a dark-colored sedan, which fled southbound away from campus. 

There were no physical injuries reported.

Suspect #1 is described as a male, black, late 20s, 5;10' tall with a thin build. He was wearing all black clothing and a dark cap. Suspect #2 is described as a female, black, late 20s, with her hair in a bun. She was wearing dark clothing with Ugg-style boots with fur trim. 

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