Officers with the Seattle Police Department are searching for a suspect in a school shooting that reportedly took place Tuesday morning.
According to the police department, officers responded to the scene, which they later confirmed was Ingraham High School.
“Officers continue to search the area for the suspect,” Seattle police tweeted at 10:28 a.m. local time. “One confirmed victim at this time. More details as they become available.”
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Just after 10 a.m., they tweeted that people should “avoid the area” and that the department’s public information officer would respond to the scene. Police have since announced that they “have secured the school” and that while the students have not yet been released, they have set up a place where they can reunite with their families.
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Fox News reached out to the high school and school district, but neither responded immediately.
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Police said they will inform the media shortly.
This is a developing story.