UNC Police responded to a hit and run on campus at the intersection of S. Columbia Street and McCauley Street Friday night, according to a statement from Chief David Perry.
The person who was struck was a UNC student, who self-reported no injuries, Perry said. The UNC Police dispatcher received the call reporting the hit and run at 9:15 p.m. Friday.
The suspect was later apprehended by the Alamance County Sheriff's Department and North Carolina Highway Patrol, after an initial pursuit on UNC's campus resulted in shots fired.
UNC Police searched campus for the vehicle after the report. An officer saw a vehicle matching the vehicle's description on South Road and attempted to pull it over, Perry said.
The suspect, who is not affiliated with the University, turned onto S. Columbia Street, eventually stopping behind a Chapel Hill Fire Battalion Chief vehicle on N. Columbia Street, which was responding to a report of a gas leak.