Two remain hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, police say.
UMPD’s Criminal Investigations Unit is investigating this incident, according to the notice.
The two suspects were last seen armed with a handgun and running behind the store.
While some groups have launched committees, others say that change requires action.
Police responded to cases of theft, fraud and more this summer.
Police say they stopped the group because going into the woods at night constituted suspicious behavior.
Some worry if students will follow social distancing restrictions.
Gatherings are now restricted to 50 people maximum.
New UMD President Darryll Pines announced the divestment on July 1.
The roadmap includes plans to help establish “new and more concrete” gun procedures and guidelines for police officers on the campus.