Three Shot Outside Arlington Junior High School

By Jeff Smith
|  Friday, Jul 12, 2013  |  Updated 12:16 PM CDT
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Arlington police are trying to find the shooter who left three people wounded outside Barnett Junior High School on Sublett Road.

Jeff Smith, NBC 5 News

Arlington police are trying to find the shooter who left three people wounded outside Barnett Junior High School on Sublett Road.

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Three Shot Outside Arlington Junior High

A North Texas junior high school turned into a crime scene following a triple shooting late Thursday night.
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A North Texas junior high school turned into a crime scene following a triple-shooting late Thursday night.

The three victims are in serious condition at a local hospital, according to Arlington police.

Police said a large group of people were hanging out outside Barnett Junior High School on Sublett Road when someone opened fire.

Paramedics only took one victim to the hospital; two other gunshot victims arrived at the emergency room a short time later.

Police told NBC 5 all three victims are either 19 or 20 years of age and they all were shot with a small-caliber handgun.

A person of interest is in police custody right now being questioned by detectives, but no one has been charged with a crime.

The school has several surveillance cameras and police are looking to see if the shooting was caught on tape.

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