Shooting outside California high school leaves one injured

One person has been injured in a shooting outside a Northern California high school, authorities said.Police in Santa Rosa, Calif., said in a statement that officers responded to an "isolated shooting" outside of Ridgway High School on Tuesday morning.

Police Capt. John Cregan told reporters that a 17-year-old victim was taken to an area trauma center with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The victim is in stable condition and the teen's parents have been notified, he added.Cregan said that a possible suspect has been detained on the Ridgway campus and that authorities were still looking for a handgun used in the shooting."There was never an active shooter on the campus. The incident occurred off the school campus. There was no violence that occurred on the school campus," he said.He added that officers were "actively" patrolling the scene.

The school was placed on a lockdown, which has since been lifted, the department said in a tweet, adding that there was no evidence that the weapon was on campus.The department added that students will remain on campus and continue their regular schedule. 

Santa Rosa is about 55 miles north of San Francisco.--This report was updated at 3:01 p.m.