DENVER – Two, possibly three suspects remain at-large following a shooting that left three people injured at a high school parking lot this Thanksgiving, Denver Police said Thursday.
The shooting was reported in the parking lot of Manual High School at around 12:30 p.m. Among the injured were an adult woman and two juvenile males, according to Denver Police Department spokesperson John White.
The woman was shot in the leg, one juvenile was shot in the arm and the second juvenile "sustained multiple gunshot wounds," White said. All three are currently undergoing treatment at area hospitals.
Investigators said preliminary information indicates the suspects walked up to a white car and fired multiple rounds into the vehicle before fleeing on foot eastbound. A motive for the shooting has not been determined.
White said it was not clear if any injuries in this shooting are life-threatening at this time. The identities of those injured has not been released.
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Police said one of the suspects was wearing a green/white shirt and a second suspect was wearing a white hoodie. No other identifiable information about the suspects was immediately available.