4 staff members killed in attack at Turkish university

Police say a gunman has killed four people in central Turkey

Turkish media reports say a gunman has killed four people at a university in central Turkey.

Dogan news agency says the attack occurred Thursday at Osmangazi University in the city of Eskisehir.

The agency says police have apprehended the gunman, a member of university staff.

Anadolu Agency reported that the dead are a deputy dean, a secretary and two teaching staff.

The cause of the attack was not immediately known.

The Associated Press

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