(KMOV)-- Francis Howell High School was on lock down after security found a gun in a car parked on campus.
According to school officials, around noon Thursday a car with two individuals entered the south side of the campus and did not stop at the security checkpoint. Security proceeded to the car and found the individuals had left the car and at the time noticed a gun and hunting gear in the backseat. Administration was immediately notified and the school went into lock down for 45 minutes.
According to police, the two suspects were 26-year-old twin brothers looking for a hunting spot in the woods behind the high school. Both will be charged with trespassing and one of the suspects will be charged with unlawful use of a weapon for bringing the weapon onto school grounds.
The two suspects have not been officially charged yet.