Gunman threat cleared, SJSU reopens


San Jose State University police have reopened a building where there was a report of a possible gunman this afternoon, university officials said.

Campus police received a report shortly after 3 p.m. of a gunman in the Boccardo Business Complex, a classroom building for business students near South 10th Street, SJSU spokeswoman Pat Lopes Harris said.

Police evacuated everyone from the building, as well as the adjacent Business Tower, and did a floor-by-floor search for a suspect, Lopes Harris said.

SJSU officials said on the school’s official Twitter page shortly after 4:40 p.m. that the building had been cleared and reopened by campus police.

The rest of the school’s campus remained open during the search, Lopes Harris said.

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