BUCKEYE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Authorities say a lockout at Verrado High School in Buckeye has been lifted after there were reports that a student brought a gun to school.
LOCKOUT LIFTED ALL STUDENTS SAFE: The lockout of Verrado is lifted. An extensive search and a number of interviews with students turned up no weapon after reports that a student may have brought a gun to school. Extra Buckeye officers will stay on campus for the rest of the day.— Buckeye Police Dept (@BuckeyePolice) December 5, 2018
VERRADO HIGH IS ON LOCKOUT. All students are SAFE. Buckeye police are on scene after reports that a student possibly brought a gun to school. No students or parents not on campus already can access campus and students cannot leave. pic.twitter.com/HpechOjvPe— Buckeye Police Dept (@BuckeyePolice) December 5, 2018
According to the Buckeye Police Department, no weapon was found following an extensive search of the campus and multiple interviews with people at the school.
All students are safe and extra police officers will remain on campus for the rest of the day.
The school was placed on lockout Wednesday morning.
No one was allowed to enter or leave the campus.