New Hampshire Police Receive False Reports of School Shootings
New Hampshire Department of Safety and law enforcement are monitoring another round of calls reporting threats at schools Thursday morning.
The reports are believed to all be all fake, but they're being taken seriously with full responses, the agency said in a statement.
The New Hampshire Information and Analysis Center is assisting by sharing information among local, state, and federal partners.
It's not clear if any Seacoast region schools received threats. Many districts are off this week.
The Lebanon Police Department reported receiving a threat about an active shooter at Lebanon High School that proved to be false. Patch reported Concord High School was also put on lockdown after police received a call about a gunman carrying an AR-15.
Amesbury High School was the subject of a threat, along with several other Massachusetts schools on February 13.
The Portsmouth and Dover school districts were among several New Hampshire districts that went on lockdown December 8 after police received messages about active shooters.
The Lebanon Police Department reported receiving a threat about an active shooter at Lebanon High School that proved to be false.