The University of North Carolina-Charlotte remained on lockdown Tuesday night, following a deadly shooting on campus.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, two people were found dead at the scene, and four others were hospitalized with injuries that ranged from life-threatening to non-life-threatening. Officials have not confirmed the identities of the victims or if they were enrolled at the school.

Officials said five shots were fired at around 5:45 p.m. local time near UNCC's Kennedy Building. Allison Latos of WSOCTV reports police have one suspect—a 22-year-old male student—in custody. Authorities have not revealed a possible motive.

A UNCC student spoke to WSOC-TV about the moment he learned about the shooting. He said he was on his way to a since-canceled Waka Flocka concert on campus, when he was alerted about the lockdown.

"It was terrifying—did not expect it in the least," the student told the station over the phone. 

Waka took Twitter to confirm he was safe and nowhere near the scene:

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department conducted a sweep of the campus, attempting to find anyone who sought shelter. Authorities said they do not believe there are any other suspects at large and have deemed the scene "secure."