The University of Central Florida has become a hotbed of police activity as law enforcement are investigating a dead body found in a dorm, along with several explosive devices.
Hundreds of students have been evacuated from the school, USA Today reports.
Police were called to the scene Monday to investigate a dead male found in a bedroom of one dorm, USA Today reports.
They subsequently found several explosive devices and an assault weapon. Investigators believe the male killed himself with a gun, but they don’t know if he was a student or not, USA Today says.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have arrived at the school. Few details have been released, and the investigation is continuing.
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