Man Shot Outside Von Tobel Middle School In Las Vegas!

Authorities were looking for the person who shot an adult at a middle school in a suburb of Las Vegas on Monday afternoon.

During an afternoon news briefing, law enforcement officials stated that they had not yet identified a suspect but still regarded the incident as singular and that there was no longer a threat to the school.

During the briefing outside Ed Von Tobel Middle School, Capt. Noel Roberts of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department stated, “This was not an active shooter.”

Man Shot Outside Von Tobel Middle School In Las Vegas

Just before 12:40 p.m., gunfire occurred, but no pupils were hurt.

After one individual was shot on campus but outside the school building, the principal wrote a letter to parents saying that all pupils were safe in their classrooms.

A tweet from LVMPD’s official account:

A 15-minute drive northeast of the Las Vegas Strip, the middle school was put on lockdown for approximately an hour while police cleared the area.

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Police did not disclose the full degree of the victim’s injuries but said they were rushed to a hospital.

Additionally, police have not said if the shooting victim was a school employee. However, in a statement issued shortly after the shooting, Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara expressed his best wishes to “our staff member and their family as we pray for a speedy recovery.”

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