ST. PAUL, Minn. (KARE) UPDATE: The lockdown at a Twin Cities college campus has been lifted.
Police are investigating the shooting of a security officer at St. Catherine University in St. Paul around 10 Tuesday night.
They say a man shot the officer in the shoulder when he confronted him in a wooded area on campus, but the officer's injuries are reportedly not life-threatening.
St. Kate's security guards do not carry guns, so the officer was unarmed.
Police spent much of the night searching buildings, then lifted the lockdown just after 2 a.m.
There's no word on any arrests.
ORIGINAL STORY: St. Catherine University is on lockdown after a security officer was shot Tuesday night, according to the school's Department of Public Safety.
St. Paul police spokesperson Steve Linders tells KARE 11 that the security officer's injury is not life threatening and he believes it was to the shoulder.
St. Paul police said in a tweet at 10:12 p.m. that their investigation is ongoing. They were on scene at the university on Randolph Avenue searching for a suspect Tuesday night.
At just after 10:30 p.m., St. Paul police announced to anyone in the woods that if they did not come out, a K-9 would be released.