University of Utah students told to shelter in place amid reported shooting

On Tuesday morning, the Salt Lake Tribune reported that authorities identified the victim as CheinWei Guo, an global student from China. An extensive search of upper campus and the hills above Red Butte Canyon is still on going.

Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown and University of Utah police did not have details Tuesday about how Boutain encountered Guo and later evaded hundreds of officers who swarmed the campus after the shooting.

He was wanted in the death of ChenWei Guo, a student from China who was found shot to death in his auto in a rugged canyon near the University of Utah campus.

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Boutain also has a son who lives in Minnesota.

Guo, one of thousands of worldwide students at the University of Utah, came to the U.S.in 2012 and dreamed of owning his own consulting company. She also told police her husband was possibly armed, a police statement says. Initially, police were searching for a green pickup truck with Colorado tags. The university was placed on lockdown around 9 p.m. Monday after reports of shots fired. Officers knocked on the door, but there was no answer.

Police said Mitchell Bradford Ingle, whose body was found Tuesday in his trailer home, may have been friendly with the Boutains but it wasn't clear how they met and how the older man was killed.

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Investigators with Golden police and the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office were flying to Utah on Tuesday, he said.

The University of Utah campus is eerily quiet this Halloween day.

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