ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A lockdown issued Sunday night on Albany State University's East campus has been lifted.
Chief John Fields said Sunday night that the lockdown lasted around 30 minutes.
According to Chief Fields, several suspects were involved in breaking and entering into cars near campus, and for the safety of those on campus, a lockdown was issued.
Chief Fields said two of those suspects are now in Albany Police custody, while APD is still searching for a third. However, that suspect is not believed to be on ASU's campus.
Chief Fields told WALB News 10 he thought the ASU Police Department, Dispatch, and Albany Police Department had a great response to the incident.