UPDATE: Chattanooga police say a 14-year-old male has been charged with attempted murder for shooting two other teens and then pulling a gun on an officer following Saturday night's Riverbend Festival.

It happened on Aquarium Way around 9:50 p.m.

CPD spokesperson Officer Trevor Tomas says the suspect is accused of shooting two 13-year-old males.

Officer Tomas says the suspect pulled a gun on an officer during a brief foot chase but no shots were fired by the suspect or officer.

The teen suspect was arrested and charged with two counts of Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, and Possession of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony.

The two shooting victims were taken to a local hospital. Police say the victims are expected to be okay.

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ORIGINAL STORY: Chattanooga Police are on the scene of a shooting in a parking lot outside of the Riverbend Festival.

Police say two people were shot and transported to a local hospital. There is no information on their conditions.

According to Chattanooga Police Chief David Roddy, one person has been detained who is believed to be connected to the shooting.

"That person has been transported back to the police department to determine what their connection is to the event," Roddy told reporters.

Roddy says everything happened outside the Riverbend Festival grounds.

"I don't know that any of the individuals that were connected to this, that we have spoken to, had any connection or any kind of (Riverbend) armbands," said Roddy.

Roddy calls the shooting "alarming" on a night that thousands of people were expected to attend the festival on its last night to see Macklemore and a fireworks display.

Channel 3 reached out to Friends of the Festival, which organizes Riverbend. 

"I talked with Chattanooga Police and they assured me that the shooting took place outside festival grounds," said Amy Morrow, Director of Marketing for Friends of the Festival. "We are sorry to hear that a shooting happened on such a festive night. Safety of our fans is of the upmost importance."

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call 423-698-2525.