Three people are in custody after a shot was fired in a St. John's University dorm.
In a photo tweeted by a student (seen above), you can see a heavy police presence outside Hollis Hall at the school's Queens campus.
According to school safety officials, three males entered the dorm around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday and got into a verbal dispute.
Police say a single shot was fired as the suspects tried to take money.
The NYPD says the bullet went into a wall and that two of the suspects had guns.
No one was hurt.
NY1 spoke to a student who lives directly below the dorm room where the incident happened.
"It just sounded like a lot of thuds and bangs, so we just, we didn't think anything of it. I'm like, 'Oh, maybe they're fighting,'" the student said. "So then we hear like a bang and we're like, 'Well, what's that? Sounds like a gunshot.' 'Well, I thought a gunshot would of been louder than that.' And we're just surprised."
St. John's released a statement saying there is no threat to the campus and that they are cooperating with the NYPD's investigation.
Public Safety advises there is no threat to SJU after incident today reportedly involving 3 men w/a gun. They were apprehended by the NYPD.— St John's University (@StJohnsU) May 11, 2016
Charges against the three suspects are pending.