The lockdown has been lifted at two Harrison School District schools after two unrelated incidents Friday morning.
Carmel Middle School was on lockdown for a little more than an hour after a threat was called in to the school around 8:55 a.m. The details of the threat are not being released but Harrison School District 2 spokesperson Leanna Kelton says it compromised the safety of the school. Kelton says all children were safe and classes inside the school ran as normal, but the doors were locked while CSPD investigated. Police determined there was no credible threat for Carmel.
Sierra High School was also on lockdown due to a robbery in the area. Police say the robbery happened at 3085 S. Academy Blvd. at the KeyBanks around 9:25 a.m. The suspect left on foot in the area. Police searched the area for that suspect. Again, all children were safe and classes inside the school ran as normal, but the doors were locked while CSPD investigated.
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