TPD investigates shooting at Woodward High School football game

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TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Toledo Police are offering a reward for anyone who can help them solve the a Friday night shooting at a football game. It happened at Woodward High School as the football team played Rogers. Police say multiple shots rang out.

Officers say they found three 9mm casings by the southeast fence line of the football stadium near 625 central. Five casings located on the track around the football field on the south side of the stadium.

One casing inside the fence line on the northeast corner of the field and one casing on the outside of the fence line on the northeast corner.

Police arrested two men leaving the scene. Officers say the men bailed from the car and took off. They were eventually arrested and charged with obstructing official business and hampering or impeding a public official.

Police are still working the case.