WALNUT CREEK, California — Following the receipt of an unverified threat by the school earlier on Friday, the campus of Las Lomas High School has been made safe by the Walnut Creek Police Department.
The school in Walnut Creek was searched by law authorities after receiving information on Friday afternoon that there was a potential active shooter on campus. However, the reports turned out to be unfounded.
According to the police, they did not discover any proof of a shooter at the school. The Walnut Creek Authorities Department is going to keep looking into where the threat came from, according to the police. The pupils were let out for the day at 1:05 p.m. when the police and staff collaborated to let them out.
Detectives from the West Chester Police Department are looking into the origin of the threat. WCPD requests that anybody who has information about the person who made the threat contact them at their dispatch number.
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On the 1400 block of South Main Street is where you’ll find Las Lomas High School. This report was compiled with assistance from Bay City News.