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University of Minnesota Duluth police Lt. Sean Huls (left) listens as Sgt. Tim LeGarde briefs media and members of the UMD community Thursday morning, March 6, 2014, about an incident where two people were believed to have a firearm on campus. The weapon turned out to be an air gun. DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE/Steve Kuchera

Two arrested in air gun incident on UMD campus

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DULUTH -- Two teenage males were taken into custody at the University of Minnesota Duluth on Thursday morning after police responded to a report that a gun was seen on campus.

The weapon turned out to be an air pistol, said Sgt. Tim LeGarde of the UMD Police Department. No one was injured. A “shelter in place” notification was sent to students and staff until police were able to confirm that there was no threat to public safety.

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