WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A North Carolina university was placed on lockdown after a stabbing on campus.

Winston-Salem Police said the stabbing at Winston-Salem State University happened around 1 p.m. Friday while two people were fighting near Hill Hall

Police said in a statement the student who was stabbed did not appear to suffer life-threatening injuries.

Police say they have a suspect and are seeking warrants. They did not identify the suspect.

The school immediately issued a lockdown and lifted it about 2 ½ hours later when they determined the suspect in the stabbing was no longer on campus.

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