Four Reportedly Killed In Turkish University Shooting

BREAKING: Shooter leaves four dead at university as cops rush to scene

Media reports said the gunman, identified as Volkan D., turned himself in to police after the attack.

Those killed include a deputy dean, a secretary and two teaching staff at Osmangazi University in the city of Eskisehir, Anadalou Agency said.

Four people were killed today in a shooting at the Osmangazi University in Turkey's northwestern province of Eskisehir, according to the state-run Anadolu news agency.

Three others were wounded in the shooting spree carried out by the shooter, a research associate with the university, it added.

More than 50,000 people have been jailed on suspicions of links to Gulen.

Ayse Aypay, a professor at the university, told Turkish media that some members of staff had "repeatedly filed complaints" about the gunman. Aypay said. She said she would file a criminal complaint with higher education authorities over their alleged failure to deal with complaints about the suspect.

Eski-ehir's governor Ozdemir Cakacak said three prosecutors had been tasked to investigate the incident, according to Anadolu.