Two workers shot, wounded outside of Kansas elementary school

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas (CBSNews) -- Police in suburban Kansas City say they are searching for a suspect in a Tuesday morning crime spree that spanned three scenes and left two workers at an elementary school in critical condition. In the first incident, two workers outside Sunrise Point Elementary school in Overland Park were shot and wounded, Overland Police public information officer John Lacy tells CBS News. No students were at the school at the time of the shooting, around 9 a.m., reports CBS affiliate KCTV.

In the second incident, shots were reported fired at an Overland Park car wash. No one was hurt.

A later carjacking is also believed to be linked to the suspect, Lacy said. The car is described as a Black 2011 Denali with KS Tag 208BAB.

Police were expected to release more details at a press conference Tuesday morning.

This is a developing story.

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