Binghamton University alerted students to the cancellation hours after first-year engineering student Joao Souza, 19, was stabbed to death on campus Sunday night.
Jonathan Ross, superintendent of the Blind Brook school district in Westchester County, told the Journal News that Souza graduated past year from Blind Brook High School in Rye Brook, where he was a standout soccer player.
Police say they believe this was not a random act. Classes were canceled for the day at BU on Monday, April 16, as a result of the tragedy.
Several people have been interviewed overnight by investigators from multiple agencies, university officials said. They released surveillance photos of the suspect wearing dark trousers and a dark, hooded sweatshirt as they asked for the public's help.
Police did not elaborate early Monday evening where the suspect was found or his name, but said he was a Binghamton Unviersity student.
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The stabbing occurred on campus in Windham Hall around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday night, WBNG-TV reported. Haley Anderson, 22, was a nursing student who was strangled to death at an off-campus residence on March 9, Pix11 News reported.
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the stabbing or the suspect's whereabouts to contact Binghamton University Police at 607-777-2393.
Campus police and New York State Police have been on campus, searching the area near the on-campus housing building Windham Hall.
For those in need of counseling services, the Dean of Students Office and CARE Team, along with the University Counseling Center (UCC) and Residential Life, can offer support.