Green Bay, Wis., police are investigating how two bullet holes were made in an area of the glass atrium at Lambeau Field, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
One hole was made in the glass about 12 feet off the ground and the other was about 40 feet off the ground, according to Capt. Bill Galvin. They were discovered earlier today. There were no injuries. It is believed the shots were fired some time Sunday night.
A marathon was hosted Sunday at the stadium.
The team released a statement saying it is safe for visitors at the stadium.
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