STAMPS, Ark. (AP) _ Two teen-agers were wounded this morning in the parking lot of their rural high school by a gunman who police said may have targeted them specifically.

The initial call indicated the shots came from nearby woods, but investigators later decided that ``nobody can say for certain where the shots came from, not even the victims,'' said state police spokesman Bill Sadler.

He said there were no shell casings or other evidence to indicate the shots came from the woods.

The shooter remained at large. However, the wounded boy and girl may have been specific targets and police did not believe anyone else was in danger, Sadler said. He would not elaborate.

Classes were canceled today at the 400-student school.

The wounded students were identified as Grover Henderson, 17, and LaTisia Finley, 15, both of Stamps. They were in good condition at Magnolia Hospital with gunshot wounds to their hips and were expected to be released today, authorities said.

The students were about 25 yards from the main school building when they were shot, and other students were nearby. Sadler said it was not clear what kind of gun was used.

The school campus is about a mile away from the center of Stamps, a town of 2,500 people about 50 miles east of Texarkana and 120 miles southwest of Little Rock.