CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- The top official of the University of Central Arkansas says the "campus is safe" after a shooting that killed two people near a dormitory but he is promising a review of the school's security measures.
One person was wounded in the shooting late Sunday.
Interim President Tom Courtway canceled Monday's classes at the 12,500-student campus.
Police say officers are seeking four suspects but say there is no continuing threat at the school 30 miles north of Little Rock.
Police say the suspects are not students at the university.
Campus police Lt. Rhonda Swindle said the dead were 18-year-old Ryan Henderson and 19-year-old and Chavares Block, 1both students.
The wounded person was not a university student.
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