Three people were found dead Monday morning at an in-house daycare in Brooklyn Park after someone shot them, then fled on a bicycle, according to the Star Tribune.
Police responded to a call of suspicious activity at 8117 College Park Drive around 6:30 a.m., according to the Pioneer Press.
The officers found three victims from an apparent homicide, but would not release their identities or how they died. Police did say they were all adults, according to the Pioneer Press.
A relative identified the victims as DeLois Brown, 59, who operated the day care, and her parents, the Star Tribune reported.
Police think the shooter escaped on a BMX bicycle and could be armed. However, they police do not think he is a danger to the public, the Pioneer Press reported.
The shooting caused a search that lasted into the afternoon, and even shut down the nearby Hennepin Technical College campus until mid-afternoon, reported the Star Tribune.
The suspect has been described by police as a black male in his early 20s wearing blue jeans, a navy blue sweatshirt with a grey hood, and two 1 inch stripes down the back, according to the Star Tribune.
The day care has been licensed since 2010 and has no record of receiving any sanctions, according to the Pioneer Press.