SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Shots were fired Monday near a Southcrest school, forcing the school into lockdown, San Diego Police reported.
A man in the passenger seat of an unidentified vehicle with three other men inside got out and began firing about 1:30 p.m. near Chavez Elementary at 1404 S. 40th Street.
Police said the gunman was aiming at a pedestrian, but no one was hurt. A parked truck was hit by a bullet.
Officers put the campus on lockdown for approximately 30 minutes until the school was due to let out for the day.
There was no immediate word on a motive for the shooting.