KSU Police Thursday responded to reports of shots fired at the KSU Foundation.

Police confirmed that shots were fired in the parking lot north of the KSU Foundation building.

K-State reported at 11:37 a.m. that the scene was safe and no one was injured. Foundation staff members were allowed to resume normal work.

Police finished the initial investigation around 12:30 p.m. and cleared the scene.

The report came in around 11:15 a.m. Those in the area were encouraged to stay where they were.

K-State spokeswoman Michelle Geering said the campus was functioning as normal and the campus was not officially placed on lockdown. Several buildings, including Peters Recreational Complex, locked down as a precaution. Some people in campus buildings reported on Twitter that they had locked themselves in rooms or had barricaded the doors.

USD 383 officials reported that they were aware of the situation and all schools were continuing with the normal school day.

No additional information was available as of press time. Police will give an update by 4 p.m. if there is additional information.

Anyone with additional information can call 785-532-6412 or use the LiveSafe application. There is also a silent witness website through the K-State Police for anonymous information at www.k-state.edu/police/silent/.