The DA’s office investigated after a 15-year-old boy was shot in Montgomery County.
NARBERTH, Pa. (AP) — According to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. An investigation is underway. Following the injury of a teen in a shooting in Narberth on Wednesday night.
According to the DA’s Office, juveniles fired a gun inside a Narberth home. They were injuring one person with a non-life threatening injury.
Authorities sent the letter to the Lower Merion School District community. That FOX 29 obtained, students from the district may have been involved.
“As the investigation into the incident continues, the nature of that involvement remains unclear.” Superintendent of Schools Khalid N. Mumin wrote “While we do not have specifics that happened, we do know that violence in our community profoundly concerns everyone.”
According to the Narberth Police Department. The shooting happened around 6:19 p.m. on the 300 block of Woodbine Avenue.
According to the department, officers responded to a report about the shooting victim at an AFC Urgent Care on the 900 block of Montgomery Avenue.
According to authorities, a 15-year-old boy was in the care of the medical staff at an urgent care center before being transported to Lankenau Hospital. The victim remains in critical condition with non-life-threatening injuries.
The District Attorney’s Office provided no additional information about the incident.
If you have any concerns, kindly call the police: the Narberth Police Department or the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office about the incident.
“Our community must come together as one during difficult times. We have assured our children that we have done our best to the best of our abilities and are maintaining them safe. We must encourage them to exercise caution and remind them that every life is precious, “Mumin penned a letter.