DENVER (CBS4) – The University of Colorado Denver locked down the Auraria Campus Tuesday afternoon following a stabbing nearby. They say all entry doors are locked and urge students to increase their awareness.

“Run, hide, or fight if appropriate,” said CU Denver Alerts on social media.

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Denver police say they are investigating a stabbing on a light rail train. They say the juvenile male suspect and victim both got into a fight before the stabbing. They both got off at light rail station on 5th Street near the campus. The man was taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

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Police investigate a stabbing near the Auraria Campus. (credit: CBS)

Police say they took the suspect into custody, and there is no known threat to the area.

Police investigate a stabbing near the Auraria Campus. (credit: CBS)

Campus officials say the campus re-opened at around 4:55 p.m.

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Danielle Chavira