CHERRY HILL, N.J. - No injuries were reported after police say gunshots were fired Friday night outside a high school football game in Cherry Hill.
At least eight spent shell casings were found near the intersection of Fulton and Weld streets shortly before 9 p.m., according to investigators.
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The shooting happened around halftime of Friday nights game between Cherry Hill West and Bridgeton High School. Officers who were at the game closed the gates after the shots were heard and later allowed the game to resume.
Police have not reported any arrests and have not provided information on possible suspects.
The shooting comes weeks after gunfire erupted outside a high school football game in Delaware County that resulted in the death of 8-year-old Fanta Bility and three other injuries.
Police in Ewing, New Jersey reportedly found a firearm on a teen who was involved in a fight with another group in the bleachers of a high school football game. No injuries were reported, but the teen suspect was hit with weapons charges.