RALEIGH, N.C. – Raleigh police are questioning two people after a man and a woman were wounded in a shooting at the North Carolina State University campus.
WRAL-TV reported that police said the victims were sitting under a gazebo near Wolf Village just after midnight early Monday morning. A gunman approached and opened fire.
The man was shot in his stomach and the woman was wounded in her foot. They were taken to WakeMed for treatment.
Police said the shooting appeared to be a random incident and that neither the victims nor those being questioned are believed to be N.C. State students.
WRAL said Capt. Jon Barnwell said campus police will increase patrols in the area.
Wolf Village is apartment-style housing for students who are juniors, seniors or in graduate school.