Minneapolis Light Rail shooting: Teenager charged

Police investigate along the light rail train platform after Tuesday's deadly shooting. (FOX 9)

A 17-year-old from St. Paul has been charged for the fatal shooting on Tuesday on a light rail platform in Minneapolis. 

The Hennepin County Attorney will seek to have the teenager charged as an adult. He's currently charged with intentional second-degree murder. 

The charges say that on Aug. 2, the 17-year-old shot and killed a 15-year-old at the Nicollet Mall light rail station. 

Using surveillance footage, investigators followed the suspect, who had boarded a bus.

When police located the suspect, they found a gun on him that was the same caliber as the one used to kill the 15-year-old.