UPDATE: The suspect, 19-year-old Cameron Raubaugh, of Pittsburgh, had reportedly called 911 about a robbery in progress with a man wielding a knife.
When Police arrived at the scene, they found Raughbaugh with the knife and he charged at police, knocking one to the ground, according to state police.
When an officer fired a shot, Raughbaugh ran and was taken down with a taser.
State Police noted that Raughbaugh was trying to be shot by police during the incident.
INDIANA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting on the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP).
The shooting happened Sunday night, Oct. 29, at around 9:38 p.m. during an alleged robbery near George P. Miller Stadium.
During the encounter with the suspect, they brandished a knife, resulting in an officer firing one round.
No one was struck and the suspect ran off, according to PSP. A foot chase took place before a responding trooper was able to take the suspect into custody after using a taser.
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Due to this being an officer-involved shooting, state police were called to investigate.