The 17-year-old boy was wounded in a Monday shooting near the Garfield Teen Center. The suspected gunman is still being sought.
The teenage boy wounded in a shooting near Garfield High School is a student enrolled in Seattle Public Schools, the district confirmed Tuesday.
Police said the 17-year-old victim walked into the Garfield Teen Life Center about 4 p.m. Monday near 23rd Avenue and East Cherry Street with a gunshot wound to the shoulder.
The center is about 250 feet from Garfield High School.
The boy was later transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, hospital spokesman Susan Gregg said.
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It was not immediately made clear which school the boy attends. On Monday, officials put Garfield High and Nova schools on lockdown after the shooting. Classes resumed Tuesday morning as scheduled.
Officials described the gunman as in his mid to late teens, 5 feet tall and wearing a black and white polo shirt with black jeans. Additional details were not made available.
The search for the shooter remains ongoing as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Seattle police.