Millikan High School received a threat Tuesday morning that prompted the Long Beach Police Department to put the school into lockdown.
Police were dispatched to the high school at approximately 10:53 a.m. Officers and K9 are currently on the scene.
“Our school has worked with the Long Beach Police Department this morning to implement a precautionary lockdown due to a potential threat that our school has received. Our students and staff are safe. LBPD is checking our campus to just make sure that we remain safe. We will provide additional information when available,” said Alejandro Vega, Millikan High School principal.
The lockdown has now been lifted and no threat has been identified.
Information will be added as the investigation is ongoing.