Oakland Police release video to identify those wanted in connection with school shooting

Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong calls for the community's help identifying people of interest in the shooting.
Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong calls for the community's help identifying people of interest in the shooting. Photo credit Bob Butler/KCBS Radio

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS RADIO) – The Oakland Police Department released a video Monday afternoon in an effort to try to identify people wanted in connection with the mass shooting on an Oakland school campus last week.

The video, which has no sound, shows several individuals that appear to be running from the source of the conflict. At least two individuals, one in a black hoodie with a plaid shirt underneath and one wearing gray with a red t-shirt running back and forth with black objects in their hands.

The shooting last Wednesday took place at the King Estate Campus, which houses four schools: Sojourner Truth Independent Study, Bay Area Technology School, Rudsdale Continuation School and Rudsdale Newsome High School.

The call of a shooting came in at around 12:45 p.m., and six people were injured. All were over 18 and affiliated with Rudsdale Newcomer High School. All were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, with varying degrees of injury.

If you have information about this case, contact the Oakland Police Department Homicide Section at (510) 238-3821 or the TIP LINE at (510) 238-7950.

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Featured Image Photo Credit: Bob Butler/KCBS Radio