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By Emily Ramshaw

The University of Texas campus has lifted a campus lockdown after the apparent suicide of a young man who, according to witness accounts, burst into the Perry-Castaneda Library in a business suit and a face mask, wielding an AK-47. No one else was injured in the morning shooting, but the incident conjured up frightening images of the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre.

Despite rumors this morning that authorities were searching for a possible second suspect, no evidence has surfaced that anyone else was involved in the incident.

For up-to-the-minute developments, here's the Austin American Statesman's blotter blog.

Here are witness accounts of the incident.

For breaking news from the university, click here.

And here are updates and video clips from a variety of news sources across the state:

Houston Chronicle photos

Houston Chronicle story

The Dallas Morning News
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Date:Sep 28, 2010
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