Suspect In Custody In Philadelphia School Shooting

(Philadelphia, PA) -- A suspect is in custody in a shooting that injured two people at a Philadelphia school. Philadelphia Police Lieutenant John Stanford says there's video of the suspect at Delaware Valley Charter School.
The suspect is a young man who may be a student at the school. Both victims were shot in the arm and are said to be in stable condition at a hospital.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey remarked that there's no known motive in the case yet.
Philadelphia Police Lieutenant John Stanford identified the victims in the case.
Stanford was asked if it's believed the shooter was a student at Delaware Valley Charter School.

One of the two students wounded in Friday's shooting at a Philadelphia school is out of the hospital. The 15-year-old girl was grazed by a bullet when a young man, believed to be a fellow student at Delaware Valley Charter School fired a handgun in the school gymnasium. Another student was also wounded in the arm and is in stable condition.