UPDATE: Tampa Police say the man seen in a surveillance video from a shooting at Plant High School has come forward.
Police interviewed the man, and investigators say he did not see the shooting nor could he provide any leads in the case. He is not considered a suspect.
Tampa, Florida -- Police have video of a man who may have information regarding the shooting at the Plant High football game on Friday night.
"It's kind of scary because I walk to my car every day and so some guy could be there, and do the same thing to someone else," said Erika Savitt, a Plant High School sophomore who had not yet seen the video when 10 News talked to her on Wednesday.
The shooting took place on Friday, October 11. Two female students were walking home along San Miguel Street when they were approached by the suspect. Words were exchanged which led to the girls running away from the suspect. That's when shots were fired and one of the teenagers was hit in the leg.
Video: Security tighter at Plant High School after shooting
Detectives are looking to identify the man in this video. The video shows him attending the Plant High School football game Friday night and detectives believe he may have information that could help solve the case. He is wearing a red t-shirt and baseball cap.
"She's like the nicest person, so it would be nice to have closure in the case," said Savitt of the young victim.
If you have any information give them a call or you can remain anonymous by calling Crimestoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.