2 University Students Shot Dead At House Party

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University said a male suspect managed to flee the scene.

A shooting at a house party near North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has left two students dead, police and school officials confirmed.

Alisia Dieudonne, 19, and Ahmad Campbell, 21, were fatally shot during an altercation at the party around 2 a.m. Sunday, Greensboro police said in an emailed statement.

Police said two students are dead following a shooting at a house party near NC A&T State University early Sunday.
Police said two students are dead following a shooting at a house party near NC A&T State University early Sunday.
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The school said in a statement that police are looking for a suspect who’s described as a black male seen leaving the scene in a red vehicle. His direction was unknown.

Dieudonne was a sophomore from Homewood, Illinois, who was studying computer science. Campbell was a junior from Kittrell, North Carolina. He was studying agriculture and environmental systems, the school said.

Police said they are working with university police and administrators, and an investigation is ongoing.

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