At least two suspects are “still at large,” authorities say.
UVALDE, Texas — Police in Uvalde are asking the public to avoid the area of Uvalde Memorial Park after two people were shot early Thursday evening.
Officials have not specified the conditions of those victims.
Uvalde Police Chief Daniel Rodriguez says they are looking for two suspects who are unidentified at this time.
Authorities responded to the area around 5:30 pm Thursday.
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