The Pierce County Sheriff's Department reported that two students were shot at Graham-Kapowsin High School in Graham. Officials say two wounded male students ran back onto the Graham-Kapowsin campus after being shot.
The Pierce County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday both victims were hospitalized but that their conditions were not immediately known.
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Deputies who checked the school's grounds found no signs any suspects were there.
One of the victims was found in a parking lot by the school football field and a second was found in a locker room, according to a tweet from the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. They say the shooting may be gang-related. All students still on campus are with deputies and considered by authorities to be safe while investigation continues.
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Police in Graham, Washington were searching multiple suspects after a shooting near a local high school. All after-school activities at Graham-Kapowsin High School and Frontier Middle School have been canceled.
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Four schools in the district went under lockdown, but Graham Elementary students were recently released to their buses, per the district.
High school students will be reunited with their parents at the Frontier Junior High School gymnasium, 22110 108th Ave.
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