EUCLID- Euclid High School was placed on a lockdown Monday morning after the Euclid Police Department received a call that turned out to be a hoax.
According to a press release from the Euclid Police Department, an anonymous caller reported an active shooter shortly before 8 a.m.
The school was placed on lockdown while police swept the campus.
School officials tell FOX 8 News reports of an active shooter at the school were false.
All the students are safe.
Monday afternoon, the school district confirmed to FOX 8 that two people are in police custody.
ATTENTION PARENTS: @Euclid_HS went into a modified lockdown after the Euclid Police Department received a hoax call. EPD and School administrators acted quickly and swept the building for any possible threat. Once again, all students are safe. There is NO threat of harm!
— euclidschools (@euclidschools) May 6, 2019
Euclid police say they would like to thank parents for their patience and cooperation.
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