Upper Freehold School District put on lockdown after threat

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ALLENTOWN -

The entire Upper Freehold School District was put into lockdown Tuesday after a threat was made against Allentown High School.

New Jersey State Police say that the call came in around 12:30 p.m. and officials immediately put the school into lockdown. Details about the threat were not provided.

Officers swept the schools and determined that there was nothing dangerous and no credible threat.

Parents were seen coming to the schools to pick up their children.

The lockdown was over by 3:30 p.m.

Authorities did not say if they have identified any suspects in the incident.

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