TORONTO - Police are asking for the public's help in tracking down a man suspected in a shooting that injured two women at Toronto's York University.
The incident took place at the university's student centre late Thursday night.
Police say a man in his mid 20s was going through the centre's food court around 10:45 p.m. when he "discharged" a firearm.
One woman was shot in the leg and was taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
A second woman was injured by shrapnel, taken to hospital for treatment and has been released.
Police say they don't believe the women were targeted.
The suspect fled on foot and it is not known if he is a York University student. Police describe him as a black man, about six feet in height, who was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.
Police now plan on reviewing video surveillance footage and interviewing people who were in and around the food court Thursday night.
"The investigation is ongoing and we are speaking to witnesses," said Const. Victor Kwong.
"We are also asking anyone had who fled the scene to please give us a call because they might have little bits and pieces that we aren't aware of."
The shooting prompted a campus lock down which was lifted at about 1 a.m.
By Friday morning, York University said it had resumed normal operations.
"The university has taken several measures to enhance safety on campus, including increasing security patrols and the use of Toronto Police Service," university president Mamdouh Shoukri said in a statement.
"Our immediate focus is on supporting the two students and their families, and in providing counselling support for York Community members."
Shoukri added that university representatives had visited both shooting victims in hospital and reported that the women were receiving the treatment they need.
Images recently released by Connecticut's Division of Criminal Justice and lead investigator, State Attorney Stephen Sedensky III, show how events unfold and evidence collected during the horrific rampage by Adam Lanza, who killed 20 children and 6 adult staff members.
Outside Sandy Hook
Sandy Hook Entrance
The front entrance of Sandy Hook Elementary shows where Adam Lanza shot through a window with one of his many guns.
Police tape lines the entrance to Sandy Hook Elementary as a flag droops at half-mast.
A closer look at a shattered window that Adam Lanza shot with one of his many guns.
Shattered Glass Close Up
Entrance To Sandy Hook
Glass litters the entrance to Sandy Hook Elementary.
Police mark down the crime scene.
A bullet lays on the ground in front of Sandy Hook Elementary.
A Glock 20, 10mm was found near the shooter in Classroom 10, where Lanza shot himself in the head in an apparent suicide.
A Bushmaster was found with Adam Lanza in Classroom 10 where he took his own life. This was one of many guns found on or near Lanza.
Bullets are found in Sandy Hook Elementary.
Adam Lanza was found with a Sig Sauer P226 9mm.
A collection of guns, magazines and ammo found on or close to shooter Adam Lanza, who took the lives of 20 school children.
A shotgun shell found at the scene of Lanza's horrific crime.
A shotgun shell is collected as evidence at Sandy Hook Elementary.
Adam Lanza's Car
Adam Lanza's car, still parked in a "No Parking" zone at the front of the school.
Bullet Near Car
A bullet, circled in this photo, was found near Lanza's vehicle.
A 5.56mm bullet found outside Lanza's car.
Bullet Close Up
A close-up of the 5.56mm bullet found outside Lanza's car.
Shotgun In Trunk
A shotgun was found in the trunk of Adam Lanza's car.
A magazine and shotgun shells were taken from Adam Lanza's vehicle.
Shotgun shells collected as evidence.
Shells And Mag
Shells and a magazine are collected as evidence in the Sandy Hook shooting.