A juvenile was injured in a shooting in San Jose on Thursday morning that has prompted police to ask Yerba Buena High School to shelter in place.
The shooting was reported at 10:43 a.m. in the area of Lucretia Avenue and Taji Drive. The male victim suffered a gunshot wound but it is not considered life-threatening, San Jose police said.
The nearby high school at 1855 Lucretia Ave. was asked to shelter in place since the shooting suspect was still at large late Thursday morning, according to police. Police said at 11:52 via Twitter that there is no ongoing threat to the campus.
No other details about the shooting were immediately available.