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No credible threat found at Clovis West High School

Parents, please wait for instructions from the school or district.



Update: The Fresno Police Department has confirmed that there is no serious threat at Clovis West High School after a guy reported a shooting threat on Friday afternoon.

Around 2:00 p.m., the school was put on lockdown after a guy allegedly contacted 911 to say that he was planning to commit a shooting on campus.

Officers arrived at the school right away and determined there was no real threat.

Investigators say they have reason to believe the threat was a hoax call, but out of an abundance of caution, they have placed the campus under lockdown.

Officials have stated that they are actively seeking to determine the origin of the call.

The personnel at the school are working quickly to devise a strategy that will allow them to let the students go.

Initial Report:

Fresno Police Officers have responded to Clovis West high school regarding a threat of a shooting.

Following protocols, the school has been placed on lockdown.

Officers are working with campus staff.

At this time, it does not appear that any shooting has taken place and there are no injuries.

Please be patient as we work through this investigation.

Parents, please wait for instructions from the school or district.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.

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