A teen shooting victim ran into a New Jersey high school seeking help Tuesday afternoon, sparking a lockdown and a sizable police response, according to authorities and reports.

The 16-year-old, who was not immediately identified by gender or name, was grazed by a bullet on the shoulder about a quarter-mile from Brick Memorial High School in Brick Township around 2 p.m., according to NJ.com.

The wounded teen dashed into the high school, prompting a precautionary lockdown while cops scoured the area for the shooter, according to the report.

The victim was being treated for a non-life-threatening injury with their parents at their side, the Brick Township Police Department wrote on Facebook.

The circumstances of the shooting weren’t immediately clear, including whether the teen was the intended target or caught a stray bullet.

By about 90 minutes after the incident, police were aiding in the gradual dismissal of students to their parents.