Marshfield Police say two men who broke into Marshfield High School early Tuesday morning turned themselves in around 8 A.M. today.
Officials say they are currently in custody at the police department, and are being questioned at the station.
We will continue to follow this story, and bring you new information as it becomes available.
Authorities are looking for two men who broke into Marshfield High School early Tuesday morning.
Now, after being caught on tape, police are asking for help to identify them.
Police say at least two men broke into Marshfield High School through a window on the west side of the building. And once inside, officials say they roamed the halls.
"It looks like their route of travel through the school was pretty extensive," Lt. Rick Gramza with the Marshfield Police Department said.
Authorities say what the men took is still under investigation. Teachers there have been asked to check their belongings.
"We will continue to work with school personnel to see what, if anything is missing and do our best to find out who did this and the reasons behind why they broke into the school," Gramza said.
A picture of the two men was captured on camera. In it, you can see them trying to hide their faces. Now, police are asking for the public's help.
"It is a good picture that we have of the individuals and we're hoping that with community support and assistance, we can identify who this was and bring them to justice," Gramza said.
Officials say identifying them could come with a reward, if it leads to an arrest.
If you have any information about the break-in, or these two individuals, police say to call (715)384-0813.
You can also text a tip to 274637, with the first word being WCCS. That is the line for the Wood County Crime Stoppers.
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