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RAYTOWN, Mo. — Police have given the all-clear following a bomb threat at a Raytown school.

Raytown Police received information about a bomb threat at a Raytown high school Thursday afternoon, around 12:20 p.m., in the 8200 block of Sterling. Police said the caller indicated that there was an explosive device in the school, so the department notified school officials of the threat.

School officials initiated a “lock down” of the school. Students and staff were then moved out of the building while the building was searched. No devices, or any other dangerous items, were located.

Students were released from school without incident.

Police are still investigating.