HOLLAND, Mich. (WXYZ) — UPDATE: The school said the shelter in place has ended and students can resume normal activities.
HOPE ALERT: The [Shelter in place] emergency has ended. Please resume normal activities.— Hope College (@HopeCollege) November 7, 2019
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Hope College in west Michigan is asking students to shelter in place because a suspect in a violent crime is believed to be near campus.
Right now, the college hasn't released many details, other than asking students to shelter in place.
HOPE ALERT:A suspect in a violent crime is presumed to be near campus. Take shelter until an all clear is given.— Hope College (@HopeCollege) November 7, 2019
The school is located in Holland, southwest of Grand Rapids.
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