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(CNN) -- Two people were killed and one critically wounded early Saturday in a shooting in a parking lot of a community college in Battle Creek, Michigan.

The three victims -- two men and a woman -- were found in a late-model sedan parked at Kellogg Community College, said school President Edward Haring.

Police were looking over videotapes taken from surveillance cameras near the site of the morning shooting to see whether one of the victims was the shooter, Haring said.

"At this point, they don't know if there was more than one perpetrator," he said.

The wounded man was taken to a critical care center in Kalamazoo, about 20 miles from Battle Creek, he said. Battle Creek is about two hours west of Detroit.

The shootings took place between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. in a large parking lot on the north side of campus.

The campus was locked down briefly while police collected evidence from the shooting scene, he said. The few classes typically held on Saturday were canceled, he said.

Haring said he does not think the victims were students or that they had any connection to the commuter college of 10,000 students.

The parking lot, which holds about 700 cars, is used as a cut-through between two roads.


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