Police have arrested two individuals they say are connected to Tuesday's school shooting that left four students injured, one critically. ABC 7 reports that one of the suspects was apprehended the evening of the shooting itself, and the second was arrested today in Fairfield.

The incident occurred in the afternoon at the Excelsior's June Jordan School for Equity, and Officer Carlos Manfredi of the SFPD told KTVU that the shooting appeared to have been targeted. The students are believed to have been in the parking lot when they were hit by gunfire.

The Examiner reported yesterday that four suspects are believed to have been involved, shooting air guns and a real handgun. While the identity of the suspects, and any possible relationship to the school or students, has not been confirmed, the paper writes that initial reports suggest the shooters were not students and were targeting a specific student.

“These kids and I, we’re just innocent people,” one unnamed student who says her knee was hit by a ricocheted BB told the Ex. “We didn’t have to get injured like this.”

Previously: 4 Students Shot, 1 Critically Outside June Jordan High School In The Excelsior