Police say a lockdown for Appoquinimink Schools in Delaware has been lifted after a threatening call was made to Middletown High School.
The school received a threatening call stating that an individual would attempt to bring a pipe bomb onto the campus.
The school went into lockdown immediately after the police were contacted.
A strong police presence surrounded the school.
About ten minutes later, police say they received a call about an individual with a rifle in the community, and then a lockdown was issued for the entire district.
Police say no threat was discovered inside or in the area around Middletown High.
All students were safely dismissed.
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Appoquinimink School District: Threatening call made to Middletown High School