Five people are injured after a Tuesday night shooting during Homecoming Week at Morgan State University in Baltimore. University police were on routine patrol at around 9:30 last night when they heard gunfire and found four men and one woman with non-life-threatening injuries.  The victims are between the ages of 18 and 22, and four of them are Morgan State students. Police heard windows shatter, leading them to believe there was an active shooter and a shelter-in-place was put into effect until around 12:30 a.m. During an early morning press conference police say no active shooter was found and there is no suspect in custody. The ATF and FBI responded to the scene to assist Baltimore Police and the SWAT team in the search and investigation. Morgan State President David Wilson says classes are cancelled today and counseling services are available for the Morgan State community.  Mayor Brandon Scott says his anger is with the person who did the shooting, but there is a national epidemic of gun violence and he called for stricter gun control measures on a national level.