Overland Park, Kansas, Elementary School Shooting: Two Workers Shot at Sunrise Point, Live Updates

UPDATE: 1:05 p.m. EST— A man was taken into custody in connection to a shooting at a Kansas elementary school Tuesday afternoon, according to the Kansas City Star.

Two construction workers remained in critical condition following the shooting, one of whom was in surgery.

UPDATE: 11:20 a.m. EST— Police said the two people shot at a Kansas elementary school Tuesday were contractors working on the property, KCTV reported. The men were part of a group containing up to six other people working.

The shooting at the school may have been connected to two carjacking attempts in the area, according to WDAF-TV.

UPDATE: 10:49 a.m. EST—The two workers shot Tuesday at a Kansas elementary school were in critical condition, KCTV reported. Police had not yet released the names of those who were injured.

Police were searching for the suspect in the shooting. Overland Park Police Public Information Officer John Lacy said police were also working two other scenes, according to KMBC. Two workers were shot at Sunrise Point Elementary School in Overland Park, Kansas, Tuesday, police said. No students were hurt.

Original Story: The two workers were injured, KMBC-TV reported. Their conditions remained unclear. The suspect in the shooting had not yet been arrested. Police were searching for a Black 2011 Denali with Kansas license plates reading 208 BAB.

The shooting took place around 9 a.m. local time.

BREAKING: Suspect in Overland Park shooting in Black 2011 Denali with KS Tag 208 BAB last seen headed N on Metcalf @kmbc

— Donna Pitman KMBC (@DonnaPitmanKMBC) July 3, 2018

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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