UPDATE at 3:00 p.m. CST on Monday, Sept. 25: The Milwaukee Police Department has released photos of four individuals they have identified as persons of interest in the shooting at Milwaukee Lutheran High School on Friday night.
While they have yet to identify these individuals, MPD officials ask that anyone with information about their whereabouts contact them immediately. You can call the Milwaukee Police Department at (414) 935-7360 or submit an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers at (414)224-Tips or P3 Tips.
This is a developing story. An update and/or follow-up may be issued if further details are revealed.
UPDATE: 5:30pm SATURDAY: Milwaukee Lutheran High School has canceled Homecoming Saturday night, along with other events on Sunday.
In a statement, the school says virtual classes will take place Monday as well; all after school activities are canceled after school on Monday. Milwaukee Lutheran says no injuries were reported following the shooting at the game on Grantosa Avenue.
Milwaukee Police tell WTMJ News that the incident remains under investigation, and have not released any information on any arrests as a result of the shooting.
Anyone with any information on the shooting is urged to contact Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7360.
The following breaking news story has been left unaltered from its original publishing.
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee Police say shots were fired at the Milwaukee Lutheran-Pius XI Catholic high school football game Friday night.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel high school sports reporter Zach Bellman tweeted video from the Milwaukee Lutheran live stream of the game:
Police report there were no injuries. No one is in custody connected to the shooting and an investigation is ongoing.
Pius XI Communications Director Kristin Bendlin released the following statement:
Late yesterday evening, September 22, at the Pius XI football game at Milwaukee Lutheran High School an active shooter incident occurred that required the involvement of local law enforcement. Pius XI leaders have spoken with leaders at Milwaukee Lutheran High School and are working closely with the City of Milwaukee Police Department. All Pius XI football players and coaches are safe and with their families. We are still learning additional details of the situation, but are hopeful that all fans are safe and well. We are deeply thankful for the rapid response of our law enforcement officers. The safety, security, and well-being of all Pius XI students and staff is of the utmost importance to us and we are working to provide mental health support for our students.
This is a developing story; we’ll provide more details as they become available.
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