CLEVELAND — Cleveland Central Catholic High School was placed on lockdown late in the morning on Tuesday out of an “overabundance of caution” due to a threat made via text message, the Diocese of Cleveland confirmed in a statement to 3News.
According to school officials, administration notified police and launched a full investigation into the threat immediately upon learning of of it. The diocese did not disclose how they learned of the threat or if any suspects have been identified. No one was hurt.
This is a developing story. 3News will update this space with more information as it becomes available.
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