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2 Michigan State University shooting victims identified as Brian Fraser and Alexandria Verner

As per the wishes of the family, Michigan police have decided not to reveal the name of the third victim.

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Heart-wrenching information has surfaced about the shooting at Michigan State University, as two of the three victims from the attack on Monday have been identified by authorities.

On Tuesday, the two students who were victims of the shooting were identified as Brian Fraser and Alexandria Verner.

The police disclosed that Fraser was in his sophomore year at MSU, and Verner was a junior.

Police have decided not to reveal the name of the third victim but sources told FOX3 that her name was Ariel Diamond Anderson.

Police have decided not to reveal the name of the third victim but sources told her name was Ariel Diamond Anderson.

The police stated that there was no apparent connection between the shooter and the university and did not provide a possible motive in their early morning update.

The victims who were killed and wounded were all students.

An active shooter was reported at Berkey Hall at 8:18 p.m., leading to a shelter-in-place for the campus and surrounding area.

The MSU Alert system and Emergency Operations Center were activated, and officers from all over the state searched for the suspect.

The suspect was captured on security cameras at 11:00 p.m., and their photos were released at 11:18 p.m.

This quick release led to a caller’s tip, which helped locate the suspect at 11:35 p.m. The suspect was identified as Anthony Dwayne McRae and died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The community was thanked for their help, and resources were provided for those in need of support.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.


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