A college football player was killed in a shooting that claimed the lives of 3 people Sunday night.

D’Sean Perry, a linebacker and defensive end for the University of Virginia football team, was one of 3 people shot dead at Culbreth Garage on UVa Central Grounds at the University of Virginia Sunday night, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. There were also 2 other people injured in the incident. Perry’s parents are reportedly flying in from his hometown of Miami. He made 2 tackles in the game against Pittsburgh on Saturday.

Police named former UVA football player Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. as the suspect in the shooting, FOX News reported.

Ryan, in confirming that Jones Jr. is a UVA student, said the suspect remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous. Jones, a former UVA football player, is described by police as a Black male last seen wearing a burgundy jacket or hoodie, blue jeans and red shoes. He might be driving a Black SUV with the Virginia tag TWX3580.

“Multiple law enforcement agencies are coordinating to find and apprehend him,” Ryan said. “As of writing, I am heartbroken to report the shooting has resulted in three fatalities; two additional victims were injured and are receiving medical care. We are working with the families of the victims, and we will share additional details as soon as we are able.”