(CNN) -- Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton instituted a campus lockdown early Wednesday, following an outbreak of gunfire at a school dormitory.
Police are looking for an unidentified male suspect after shots were fired around 1:15 a.m. at University Village Apartments, said FAU Deputy Police Chief Keith Totten.
"The suspect -- at this time -- we have been unable to locate," Totten said. "Due to that, we activated the emergency notification systems on campus ... and closed all the campus entries."
Campus police released photos of a "person of interest" in the case, showing a man who was wearing a red t-shirt, dark pants and had his hair in cornrows.
A statement from the university said: "It is believed that this is an isolated incident. No one was seriously injured ... though a non student received minor injuries."
No one was taken to the hospital for treatment, Totten said. E-mail to a friend