Students unharmed at Plymouth school where gun was fired
PLYMOUTH, Minn. (AP) — Students at a middle school in Plymouth are safe after officers responded to gunfire Monday morning. A student who fired the gunshots is in custody, but Plymouth Middle School remained locked down, according to police.
Robbinsdale School District Superintendent Stephanie Burrage says multiple shots were fired in a hallway outside a bathroom at the school. According to Burrage, several students witnessed the gunfire, but she would not disclose whether the shooter said anything before opening fire.
A school resource officer apprehended the suspect. Plymouth Police Chief Erik Fadden says they are not looking for any other suspects. Officers responded to the school about 8:45 a.m.