Nothing suspicious was found at a Denver-area high school after a bomb threat was called in Friday morning.
Students at Legend High School in Parker were evacuated while authorities and police dogs searched the school and parking lot. Douglas County School District says all students were released from campus for the day by 1 p.m.
The Parker Police Department says no suspicious packages or devices were located.
The police department has identified a person of interest, but has not elaborated further.
Weekend activities at the school will continue and classes are expected to resume on Monday.
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