A 17-year-old boy was shot and injured near a high school in Brooklyn on Friday, sending the campus into a temporary lockdown, authorities said. 

A male suspect shot the teenager in the stomach at the intersection of Neptune Avenue and Ocean Parkway in Brighton Beach just after 1 p.m., the NYPD said. 

The boy was taken to NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn, where he was expected to survive, police said. 

The suspect, who police said was wearing a grey hooded shirt, black pants and a black backpack, had not been arrested as of Friday afternoon. 

Abraham Lincoln High School, which sits a block away from the intersection, went into a temporary “shelter-in” after the shooting, Department of Education spokesperson Jenna Lyle said in a statement. 

The shooting was a “non-school related incident,” Lyle said. It wasn’t immediately clear whether or not the boy was a student at the school.

“The safety of our students is our absolutely top priority,” she said. “We will fully support NYPD on their ongoing investigation and will be offering supports to the students and the entire school community.”