Scare at Cleveland State University for Thyagaraja Aradhana participants

Scare at CSU where the annual Thyagaraja Aradhana festival is being held in Cleveland as the Police hunt for a killer

Scare at CSU where the annual Thyagaraja Aradhana festival is being held in Cleveland as the Police hunt for a killer
Scare at CSU where the annual Thyagaraja Aradhana festival is being held in Cleveland as the Police hunt for a killer
Cleveland State University, Cleveland where the Annual Thyagaraja Aradhana Festival is being held, had a scare when the campus went into lockdown mode for close to 5 hours. A suspect who had posted a murder on his Facebook page was at large in Cleveland (at the time of writing this post, he is still at large). The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has joined the manhunt. From 2PM EST till 7PM, the campus went into lockdown mode with no one getting in or out.

Stephens claims to have committed multiple murders and is armed and dangerous. The person killed appears to have been a random one, not known to the killer. As of now, all the participants, many of whom have come from all over the world are all safe.

Events went on in the auditorium for those who were present (about 200 people strong). It is noteworthy that this festival has been growing in size over the years and is now upwards of 8000 attendees.

Cleveland Police have identified the suspect as Steve Stephens. Authorities say he is a black male who is 6-feet 1-inch and weighs 244 pounds. He has a full beard.
Stephens was last seen wearing a dark blue and grey or black striped polo shirt. Stephens is driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary license plates, according to Cleveland police.

Stephens claims to have committed multiple murders and is armed and dangerous. The person killed appears to have been a random one, not known to the killer. As of now, all the participants, many of whom have come from all over the world are all safe.

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