Four Reportedly Killed In Turkish University Shooting
Apr 06 2018
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.