A gunman has shot and killed four teaching staff at the university in Eskisehir in north-western Turkey, the BBC reports.
The attacker, identified as Volkan Bayar, was apprehended by police as he left the scene, Gonen said.
He said the suspect, who was studying for a doctoral degree, had been under investigation at the university for accusing a number of staff members of being followers of USA -based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Turkey blames for a failed coup in 2016.
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The gunman, a researcher at the university, shot dead the assistant dean, faculty secretary, lecturer, and a staff member from the education faculty of the university, rector Hasan Gonen told Turkish media.
Those killed were the deputy dean, faculty secretary, lecturer, and a staff member from the education faculty of the university.
"He was a frightening person", he said.
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Turkey's government accuses Gulen, who has lived in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania since 1999, of having orchestrated the abortive July 2016 attempt by parts of the armed forces to topple President Tayyip Erdogan.
A connection between Thursday's shooting and extremist activity has not been established.
Turkish Governor Ozdemir Cakacak said the Chief Public Prosecutor's Office in Eskisehir province had appointed three prosecutors to probe the incident.
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